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Calories Burned While Dancing
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
Varies: The amount of calories you burn per hour will vary depending on how intense your dancing is. 300-400 calories per hour if you are aggressive. ...Read more
You might: The use of dumbbells during dancing could increase your caloric expenditure, but perhaps at the expense of risking injuries. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the dance. In general, about 100 cal/hr. ...Read more
Yes: But be careful. There is a good chance you may injure yourself, if not used to doing it. ...Read more
Hoping you can tell me, is regular calorie just energy and a fat calorie calories used to burn stored fat?
No: All excess calories can be turned into fat by the body. ...Read more
Share some great foods to eat while dieting, that help burn calories, boost immune system, and give energy?
New food pyramid: In general, there is no one magic food that do all of the things you ask. However, you can attain most of those by following the new food pyramid recommended by the usda. It emphasizes on exercise, eating more grains, vegetables, fruits, lean cut meat, poly-unsaturated oil, but not fried food and avoid processed food and fat and also keep the calories down by decreasing serving sizes. ...Read more
On a low calorie diet, will your body burn muscle before using fat stores for energy eg. Love handles and belly fat?
What causes random hoarsness daily burning mouth and throat sensations. What kind of doctor should be seen? Hoarsness comes any time of day and same for mouth and tongue discomfort. No fever, good energy. High anxiety frequently
A: A board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon, in addition to an ent, would be a good choice since they can evaluate issues within the mouth and upper throat. Burning mouth syndrome is usually due to issues within the oral cavity, but discomfort can extend down the throat. You also have to rule out gastric reflux as a source of your problem. ...Read more
Low/high: Generally low weights and high reps will give you more of an "aerobic" workout and will be more effective for weight loss. To get an aerobic workout, you want to get your heart rate up to 70-85% of the predicted maximum for your age for a period of at lease 25-30 minutes. Consult with your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to exercise. ...Read more
Daily activities: Make your daily activities more difficult - take the stairs, park further away, bike/ walk to work/ store, sit on a swiss ball/ at your desk and stand up every time you answer the phone, or lunge/ hop/ jump from place to place in your house. Things like these may seem small and silly, but the increased calorie burn can add up over time. Don't forget a healthy diet! ...Read more
Assuming the food I eat is high in total fat but very low in saturated fat & I manage to burn all calories I eat. Is high fat food OK in this scenario?
Unknown: I don't think we really know the answer to this excellent question but my impression is that, if you're using all the calories you eat, the fat content is not harmful. I base this on lipid profile results of Dr. Adkins (of the Adkins' diet) who eat a low carb, high fat diet, lose weight, and have no demonstrable harm. Some fats (monounsaturated) in moderation, appear to actually be beneficial. ...Read more
If someone eats fatty high calorie food then right afterwards start exercising, does that not help a person burn off all the calories they consumed?
Misunderstanding: No. The food has to be digested and absorbed before it can be used as energy. ...Read more
If 3500 cal =1lb and you need to eat like 1800 calories to get that energy how do you lose weight? 1800-300cal (exercise)= 1500.Just need clarification.
To lose weight alone: You need 2 decrease caloric intake. A well balanced diet can do this. If you add an exercise program that includes cardio 1 day & a weight lifting on 2nd day and so on you will lose weight, but a program that includes hard work outs, while you lose fat you will gain muscle mass & strength & look more fit. But muscle is heavier than fat so weight loss may B negated, but you will look much better. ...Read more
No definite: Evidence it provides extra energy. Inositol is found in cellular messengers and part of structural lipids or phosphatidylinositol. Calories are found in consumer preparations that contain it. But not in inositol alone. Cantaloupe and oranges have high content of inositol. ...Read more
Calorie burning: We continue to burn energy while we sleep, but it is usually less than during daytime activities. For instance an 185-pound individual might burn 56 calories while sleeping for an hour. Here is an article about this topic: http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/432703-calories-burned-awake-vs-sleeping/. ...Read more
Probably not: 1 energy drink a day will probably not do any serious damage to you. However, it is not supporting your health. It is not unusual to have a sensitivity to artificial sweeteners (they give me a headache, for instance). Also, energy drinks contain untested combinations of caffeine and herbal supplements. They can be quite dangerous in large quantities. Which means they are not healthy overall. ...Read more
If we do weight training, does the body body burn the extra fats and use it as energy for the muscles?
Kind of....: Not while you are working out. Adding lean muscle will increase you metabolism. In fact, for every pound of lean muscle you gain, you burn 69 extra kcal per day. Unless you are working out extremely hard (using all your stored sugar) or in the morning before eating, you won't really utilize fat for energy (you'll use protein first). ...Read more
I've been consuming 500 calories for the past 12 weeks (lost 36 lbs)but I fainted! And have no energy. How can I up my calories without gaining weight
Too Much Weight loss:
First congratulations on your dedication. But, you may be killing yourself. It may be wise to add a protein bar or a protein shake to your current regimen and get to a place of about 1200 kcals.
You need nutrition. You can get this with some veggies and some protein. You do not need to gain weight but you do need to eat. ...Read more
My son is 1, 32", 23lbs 4oz, eats 350-500 calories daily (10-16oz) refuses more, little energy, Possible CP, dysphagia. Beneficial to get feeing tube?
Aerobic fitness: Aaron eckhart, whose movie opens today, has built his body almost entirely by calisthenics, aerobic conditioning, and gymnastics. He puts in several hours a day but has come to enjoy it. Different people are comfortable in different exercise settings. You may discover that you want an aerobic-fit body instead; you can train for a road race staying well-covered until you have something to show. ...Read more
Is it possible for people with narcolepsy to be in ketosis (the process of eating almost no carb and burning fat for energy)?
Difference in energy level for workouts if I eliminate grains and eat only raw fruits and veggies, assuming getting same calories?
Energy and diet: Suggest keeping a daily log of what you eat and amount/type of exercise. Apps making tracking easy. Include any weight changes. Discuss concerns with your pcp, with your log information, to make sure medical factors are not effecting your energy level. See: http://www. Healthline. Com/health/diet-and-weight-loss/top-iphone-android-apps#1. Hope this helps. ...Read more
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