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The "calories in must be < calories out" myth must be debunked. I have successfully lost weight eating more calories than I've burned. Explain why.
A calorie is the amount of heat energy needed to increase a mililiter of water 1 degree centigrade, the calorie we talk about in foods is really a kilocalorie, that is the amount of energy needed to increase a liter of water 1 degree centigrade... So if you eat a food that is 500 calories that food if burned completely has enough energy to heat a liter of ...Read more
210: According to the below referenced website, 7 cal/min http://hoopnotica.Com/blog/2013/07/ask-a-hooper-how-many-calories-does-hula-hooping-burn/. ...Read more
Calories burned: According to my fitness pal, a 150 pound person will burn an average 340 calories in 30 minutes. ...Read more
Lost 35 lbs cutting carbs.Can't lose last 5-10. Consume approximately 1500-2000 cals.Lot of weightlifting but little cardio.I'm 203 lbs.Suggestions?
U need a calculator : & an equation that allows U 2 put in how high U jump, Ur weight, & time it took 2 do this. Find this & calculate the energy used. Then a conversation table that converts work, ie foot lbs, that will convert this 2 calories expended. Good Luck ...Read more
How many calories of fat vs carbs and protein can I burn during a 600 calorie burning session during biking?
Burning carbs-fat-pr: Seriously, this concept is butchered by personal trainers. Consider it 100% fat. Yes, you'll burn carbs (glycogen) along with fat but you'll replace the glycogen over 24 hrs. If you don't load up on carbohydrates you'll manage to keep blood sugar and Insulin levels low. Therefore, you'll be replacing glycogen by burning more fat. Avoid sweets and starches to do this successfully. ...Read more
It depends on you: The amount of calories you burn in a specified amount of time depends on several factor--how intense you perform the activities, your weight, and gender etc.. Follow this link: http://www.Healthstatus.Com/calculate/cbc this give you many many choices to calculate.. Stay healthy!.. Good luck. ...Read more
If eat 1, 300 calories per day, i need to burn 1, 300+ calories everyday? A doctor said you must burn more calories than you consume to loose weight.
Yes: You need to shift you balance towards a net loss of calories per day. There are 3500cal in a lb of fat so by burning 500 extra calories per day can result in a loss of 1lb per week. Diet is one way to cut back but exercise on top of diet can provide an even larger caloric deficit. Go online to www.Myfitnesspal.Com sign up for their calorie tracking program. That is a great place to start. ...Read more
No: People will try to sell all sorts of stuff by claiming it BURNS FAT. Of course, the stuff doesn't work. Avoid putting those gimmicky products into your body, and save your money. Weight loss happens when a person eats FEWER calories than she needs. Don't eat or drink sugar, or do it only rarely. Exercise burns fat, because fat is stored fuel... and muscles need fuel to work. ...Read more
700 calories per day.Not eating any carbs or animal related foods.Stop eating after 10am.Will body burn the calories at the end of day? No gym tho!
Severe Diet!: This is a severe diet. 700 calories/day is less than half of the metabolic requirements of an adult at rest without any physical activity. It is too severe and can result in kidney damage. Not eating after 10am means you aren't fueling your body during the times when your body needs it the most. Please consult a doctor to discuss your needs and a healthy diet and exercise plan. Best wishes. ...Read more
Is there an average amount of calories burnt in a day? Not including calories burnt from exercise?
1/2 hr Jumping jacks: Depends on your weight, and the intensity of the jumping jacks. Moderate intensity at 150 lbs burn 153 calories whereas a 200 (pyrethins and piperonyl butoxide) lb individual burns 204 calories. see below http://www.just-health.net/How-Many-Calories-Do-Jumping-Jacks-Burn.html ...Read more
Yes: If all other factors remain the same. Good luck ! ...Read more
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