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Will The Fat In Olives Make You Gain Weight
This is unlikely: You need to count your calories and stay under your daily calorie needs in order to lose weight, consume the number of calories equal to your daily calorie needs to maintain your weight and consume more than your daily calorie needs to gain weight. It is very unlikely that eating olives would cause you to gain weight unless you ate a bunch. http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Will that make you gain weight if you don't eat the recommended amount of calorie intake while losing weight?
Maybe: If you constantly eat too little your body can go into a survival mode thinking that food is not avialble and reduce your metabolism. Generally when on a weightloss program, the set calories are an average per day (you may go over one day & under one) but try to stay close to the suggested amount so your body does not think it is being starved. ...Read more
When you gain fat by over eating do you naturally gain muscle as well, and if so, what possibly is the fat gain to muscle gain ratio?
No muscle gain: The only way to increase muscle mass is by resistance training for several hours a day 5-6 days a week for months to years. Otherwise the obesity epidemic would also be called the" strong man epidemic". We wish we could get stronger just by eating, but it is not possible! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes & No... ?Kidney?: Similar questions answered healthtap many times. Stop eating & ?exercise always works, just not popular. Ever seen photos of prisoner of war camps with overweight prisoners? They lost weight. Sugar/carbs most rapidly converted into fat for storage, thus drastically ??. ? all food, ?natural fat, moderate protein, very ?carb & ?activity. Study taubes, attia, lustig fatchance, etc. Clarify kidney ? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What happens to your body if you are consantly dieting on a low calorie and low carb diet, can you gain body fat easier in the long run?
Probably, slowly: Depending upon how restrictive is your diet, and how much fat you have lost, you can certainly expect some gain when resuming a more balanced diet. How soon you gain lost fat, would depend on different factors like your absorption or other GI health issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Refined carbs: One wants to lower Insulin resistance and estrogen dominance. By eating 6 small meals a day with high quality protein, fresh or frozen vegetables, fresh fruit, s especially berries, beans and low carbohydrate grains like quinoa you will lower Insulin resistance. Walnuts and almonds soaked, rinsed and added to salads are good. Too much fat increases estrogen dominance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not good: No one can tell you for sure but doing that will 1) introduce extra animal fat into your diet, 2) raise your cholesterol (only found in animal products), 3) deprive your body of essential nutrients not found in meat, 4) put an extra protein load on your kidneys, 5) deprive your liver and brain of sugars which are needed for metabolism. All meat diet is not a good idea. ...Read more
Not certain: Any time your calorie intact > calories burned you will gain weight - and fat. However this is more likely with high caloric junk. It is not clear if you will gain different fat types from junk vs. 'health'. Some studies suggest junk food leads to more fat inside the abdomen - far worse than fat outside the abdomen. ...Read more
Trivial amount: Eating nuts is a part of good nutrition. Five almonds, soaked or day, adds very little calories to your daily intake. Just be aware of your total intake of all other caloric substances so you can keep that at a level which will cause you to lose weight or maintain weight depending upon your goal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Exercise done daily and for more than 30 minutes will make you lose weight from the extra fat which is burned during exercise provided you do not eat fatty foods. Exercise gives you strength and build muscles provided you are doing some resistance exercises and eating ample amount of proteins which you can get from eggs, fish, nuts and chicken(avoid red meat and fried foods which contain harm fat. ...Read more
Not really: The atkins diet tends to concentrate on proteins and fats. This can cause a person to be ketotic and build up of protein with overwhelming of the kidneys. It is my understanding that the extra water you drink will help the kidneys to filter the blood stream and keep you from damaging your kidneys, but i don't think the physical water contributes to the weight loss. Ask a nutritionist for more inf. ...Read more
What happens if you eat a lot of junk food and then gain weight, does the fat look worse than if you eat healthy food and gain that fat?
Fat is fat: Fat is fat whether you gain it from health foods or from junk food. The deposition is as a fatty substance. There may be more nutrients in healthier foods, but the excess calories still lead to deposition of fat. ...Read more
No.: The purpose of liposuction surgery is to simply treat areas of diet and exercise resistant adipose tissue, with good quality ( satisfactory elasticity) skin overlying the area. It is not meant to treat patients who are trying to lose weight and is done ideally when patients have achieved a long-term stable weight ( avoid weight gain postoperatively). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If i start putting weight training into my routine. Will this make me gain weight or lose body fat?
Possibly both: Weight training can lead to increased muscle mass which can increase your basal metabolic rate, so that you ultimately lose body fat. Increased muscle mass can potentially add to your weight, but if weight training is part of a fitness program which includes improved diet and cardiovascular exercise, you will likely lose weight over the long term. ...Read more
I want to gain lean muscle and lose body fat. Which type of supplements would be the best to achieve this?
None: Even the much-touted ephedra is mostly a placebo. No supplement can take the place of wise eating (do you have some whey protein?) and lots of aerobic "cardio" fitness stuff. Congratulations on your decision to build and trim yourself, and especially the implied choice not to use any illegal medications. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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