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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
Calories burned, is it all voodoo? HR monitor, Elliptical, and online calculators differ by up to 50%. Is one more accurate? I'm 250 lbs, FFM 180 lbs
Beware the machines: While exercise machines attempt to alert users of calories burned and wattage acheived, the reality is unless in a sport medicine clinic, you probably are not getting accurate results. I am a strong proponent of regular exercise, and then increasing intensity and duration as tolerated. However, it is what you put in your body that is going to make the biggest difference to your fitness goals. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
How many extra calories does the Atkins diet burn? I know that fat is burned instead of carbs on the Atkins diet, but how does that change the amount of calories burned?
Less calories: The important thing about the atkins diet is that you eat very little carbohydrate. As a result you eat more fat. For most people, fat is more satisfying in terms of feeling full than carbs. As a result you eat fewer calories overall and lose weight. Also, when fat is burned it produces ketones. These suppress your appetite as well. The amount of calories burned depends on your activity. ...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
Will have net gain: Surprise 1000 steps with 2.5 ft stride is one mile, if are 180 lbs walk at speed of 2 ml /hr you burn 100 calories per mile, so 5 miles you will be burning 500 cal, , each slice has 600 to 700 cal (find out how many cal each slice) so you will be gaining weight in spite of your long walk! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is a good, affordable fitness app? Looking to check steps taken, miles walked, calories burned. Have s health, but not sure how accurate it is.
Fitness app: I recommend myfitnesspal. Good luck.Get a more detailed answer ›
No way to know: There is no way to know this answer since it would depend on your heart rate and metabolism. ...Read more
How many calories do I need a day to maintain my weight? I'm not too sure about these calculators online. Need professional advice asap!
Depends: Need a complete physical exam to reach at optimal amount. ...Read more
What should my calorie intake be to lose weight? My first Doctor said 1200 but calculators say 2100. 310lbs 5'3" female 22 years old. Thank you!
It depends: Do you want to sustain your weight or lose weight? It may be best to consider weight loss since a 5'3" frame will have diffculty sustaining that weight over time without joint damage. Your calorie recommendations are extremes on a spectrum. I would suggest starting at 2500 carefullly counted for 2 months are drop by 100 every 2 months until you get to 1500. Return to 1800 when at goal weight. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: It depends on how intensely a person exercises and how long the exercise session lasts. Exercising vigorously, with heart rate at 80% of maximum, will give a good workout. High-intensity interval training also burns calories. But if you're not exercising regularly, work up to this kind of workout gradually. Especially if there are chronic medical conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Of course; not ≠ Wt.: Calories are a unit of energy, measured in a calorimeter by heating a known amount of water a specific amount. As a unit of energy, calories do not have any mass, thus do not register on a scale of body wt or any other wt. Scale. If you are concerned with body weight, this is an issue of (a) mass (food) taken in & retained versus (b) mass of food removed from body; and (c) the diff. Within body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, no, and maybe: The whole point of trying to lose weight is to burn too many calories. However, if one is chronically ill (such as with cancer or aids), his body can burn too many calories and he will lose weight and be too skinny (called "cachetic"). Also, if one is too thin already, and exercises excessively, he is burning too many calories. ...Read more
Caloriecount. Com: Go to www. Caloriecount. Com, open a free account, answer a few questions about your age, height, weight, and activity and it will calculate your caloric requirements for you and even help you devise a plan to reach your goal. It's a good site and completely free and safe. ...Read more
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