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The Carbs Burned From Walking
Aerobics: It depends on how far/fast/frequently you walk or run. A short walk will not burn as much energy as a sprint. A sprint will not burn as much energy as a march. ...Read more
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
Like running yr car: Running your car engine requires gas (or electricity etc) and running your body requires fuel too--it uses mainly sugar (glucose). Carbohydrates and proteins you consume are converted to glucose which fuels your body. The faster u run or heavier you lift will burn more glucose. So, that is the basic of how exercises help burn off your carbs. So eat well and exercise more! Good luck. ...Read more
The amount of calories you burn walking depends on how much you weigh and how long and how fast you walk. You can find calculators for such activities on the internet, for example:
http://caloriesburnedhq. Com/calories-burned-walking/. ...Read more
See below: Plantar Fasciitis is the number one cause of burning heel pain and is a condition which, if left untreated, can become debilitating over time. The plantar fascia is the flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes and supports the arch of your foot. Rest, icing, stretches and the use of a proper orthotic are commonly used to treat. See a podiatrist for proper Dx and Rx ...Read more
Sounds like a nerve: You don't say how old you are but a burning pain often is caused by a pinched or irritated nerve. If you have any arthritis in your back this could be the cause. If you have any rash, it could also be shingles. If you have any burning when you urinate, it could be an infection. ...Read more
Are you a pear or...: Are you a pear or apple. Apples are at risk for heart disease and have high Insulin levels do to Insulin resistance or metabolic syndrome. Pears are low waisted and carry more weight on legs and arms. Pears do not lose much weight with a low carb diet, although their chol/hdl ration stays the same. But pears are not at risk for heart disease. More women are pears than men. ...Read more
I have an irraction on my bikini line. It is pink and it burns. I don't always get it but when I do it is hard to even sit down. Or to walk.?
Hard to say.: There are many reasons for this. Be seen, so you can be checked for infections or other abnormality. ...Read more
Eat low carb and exercise 5 days a week, Walk 5 miles a day, weights 3 days and swim 30 minutes 2 days a week for the past few years. Lost 50 lbs but plateaued at around 220 any recommendations.
You're doing well!:
Going from 270 to 220 will have a significant lowering of risk of diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease. Of course, you will have about 500 LESS calories burned per day due to the lower weight. Calorie count, estimates of how much net in/out is a first start. Sounds like with an 1800 cal diet, you should be losing.
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What do you advise if I'm taking 3 a day as prescribed and walking for 1 hour per day also on a no carb diet as instructedhow long till I see a difference?
Running vs walking: Walking and running can improve energy, decrease blood pressure, lower cholesterol levels, decrease your risk of disease and make you feel better emotionally. Running is more vigorous exercise so you'll burn more fat. However, running is a high-impact sport and may be hard on your joints. ...Read more
30 min=1 mile=100 ca:
Walking for 30 minutes will burn about 100
calories, if you cover a mile,
the average slice of pizza is 500 calories,
so it takes 30 min x 5 or more than 2 hours,
a single soda or glass of oj is 140 calories,
or aboiut 35 minutes to walk off. ...Read more
Calories: It depends on the speed you are walking that distance. The faster you walk, the more calories you lose. ...Read more
Yes: Incline walking and sprints will both increase the intensity of the workouts you do. This will boost metabolism of your muscles, making them hungry for energy. Try to incorporate some type of speed workout or incline workout roughly 1-2 times a week. Overdoing it can lead to injuries. ...Read more
You will burn more calories by caring more wt.
But the amt of increase will not be much. ...Read more
Weight loss depends on burning more calories than you take in. Each mile is 100 calories, so 5 miles at 3 times a week is 1500 calories awake. One pound weight loss is 3500 calories.
So you have to decrease your food intake below what you need to have weight loss.
Also, exercise will increase your metabolism a bit for 1-2 day after the exercise. So daily exercise will add a bit extra to the. ...Read more
Cardio Mix: If you adipose tissue that you'd like to lose then consider an increase in cardio and a balanced diet. However, do not always do the same exercise or you will increase your risks for stress injuries. Mix things up with running, biking, swimming, or circuit training. Ultimately you need to burn more than you consume. ...Read more
Why are my thighs burning when I do stairs. I walk and do stretches foe exercise and normally don't feel this way?
Conditioning: Burning muscles usually happen from lack of blood or fitness. You might want to see a podiatrist or even your primary doctor to have your lower extremity pulses checked. If these are normal, it may be as simple as poor conditioning. Climbing stairs taxes the quadriceps much more than walking on level ground. Spinal nerve impingement can also cause pain, but it usually isn't described as burning. ...Read more
Can I burn the same amount of a person jogging if I walk twice the distance but half the phase of the jogger's run?
No: There are many factors that go into burning off calories. It depends on weight, the exercise, the duration and intensity and probably genetic factors. They do have a rough average on burning off calories and jogging/running burns more than walking overall. You also have to consider the after affects of running over walking as well. Even after you finish, you are still burning calories as well. ...Read more
I've been told by a professional you burn more kcals walking in the water than on land even if distance is less. True?
Yes: Walking in water vs on land burns more calories because there is more resistance in water than air. You have to use more muscle to walk in water. ...Read more
What to do if I am about to go for my daily 2 mile walk, will I burn off the sausage I just ate and will it mess up my diet?
Possibly: This will depend on the amount of calories in the sausage, and also on how vigorously you are doing your walk, as to whether the walk will successfully burn off all the calories. One sausage shouldn't mess up a diet, but that's going to be entirely up to you and your determination to get back on track. Good luck! ...Read more
Can I loose 10 to 12 kg in a month with a only walk for 20 minutes and diet with not more than 40 g carbs a day can I loose it?
Too rapid: Unless you were quite morbidly obese & had to lose weight rapidly for a particular health reason - I would recommend a moderate goal. Slower is better. By the way - walking for 20 minutes a day does not burn many calories. Weight loss is not just about amount of carbohydrates - it is more about the fact that calories burned need to exceed calories consumed. Take care. ...Read more
I have a problem when cycling up hill, my knees feel like they are burning, have to get off and walk, cycling on the flat is no problem?
Varies: There are many potential causes. In general, bicycling uphill is going to require more forced to be applied to propel you forward than riding on level ground. So one condition, for example, would be if you were developing chondromalacia of the patella and when you are putting more force on it while going uphill it is becoming symptomatic. Consider being seen. ...Read more
W/ my back problems, why now would I have such worsened pain in my low back? It's burning and I can't tolerate it. To stand n walk is worse.?
There are many causes of back pain. Without a detailed history and exam it's not possible to arrive at a diagnosis.
But the burning nature of your pain suggests nerve pain.
Most likely cause would be a herniated or bulging disc pressing on a nerve, or arthritis contributing to pressure on a nerve. For an educational video just type in search box: bit. Ly/1r1aZ7G For written info: bit. Ly/1v1juFX ...Read more
My up middle back doesn't start hurting until I am at work and sit at my desk. It feels stiff and aches and feels like burning. Better with walk/rest?
Change Work Station: It sounds like your work station is not ergonomically fit to your needs. This means that the way your sit and work at your desk is probably not a healthy position for your back. Look up work ergonomics on the internet and ask your employer to make adjustments to help you avoid discomfort and become more productive. Also take time daily to stretch as this can help as well. ...Read more
There are calculators available on the internet to help you figure out how many calories you burn with different activities based on your weight, such as this one from healthstatus:
http://www. Healthstatus. Com/calculate/cbc
you can directly compare activities. For example, a 150 lb person biking 12-14 mph for 1 hr would burn 594 calories compared to 297 calories walking 3 mph for 1 hr. ...Read more
?? : TooManyVariables: Calories burned varies with body wt, speed, incline, waling style, temperature, etc. Calories are units of heat to warm h20 as measured in a calorimeter & routinely guessed at for ↓$, per usual practices. Study: wikipedia. Org/calorimeter, nusi. Org, lustig, taubes, attia, enig, dietdoctor & videos: big fat lies, mcgovern's report, science for smart people, big fat fiasco, why we get fat, my answers. ...Read more