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Determining the percent composition of fat to body tissue cannot by known by weight number alone. Once percent by mass of body fat is the variable needed to calculate the …mass of fatty tissue. For example 3% body fat would in a 100-pound (lbs.) individual would be 3-lbs. If a soft tissue sample weighed 10-lbs that would be .3-lbs of fat, hypothetically.
Muscle weights more than fat. So you might still weight 150 lbs and not have fat because you have more muscle in your body.
This question cant really be answered as easily as saying 3500 Kcals in a pound of fat. It depends on what kind of fat you are talking about. Fat from food is 9 Kcals per …gram. So it would be 453.59237x9=4082.33133 now if you are talking about how much energy is required to burn off one lbs of body fat, that would be more around 3500 Kcals per pound but that is also based on the idea that all you are burning is fat. Most people burn muscle, fat, and other tissue during weight loss.
It depends on what type of exercise you are doing. To lose one solid pound of fat, you need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume. Different types of exercise will bu…rn these calories in different amounts of time. For example, you will have to do less jump roping exercises to burn of one pound than you would have to spend time walking.
Not that much. Your body will start to burn your muscle more than it will burn your fat. If you eat several, low-calorie meals throughout the day you will lose more weig…ht than if you do not eat at all.
5 Liters is equal to about 11 pounds.
about 3500 depending on body type It takes eating 3500 calories a week (500 a day) less than you burn off to lose 1 pound. Which means an average woman burning to 2…000 on a normal day would have to reduce her intake to 1500 calories a day, this is on average and not guaranteed as we dont know exactly how many calories we burn a day, also keeping a food diary with accurate weights and measurements is the only way to know your calorie intake is correct. Its not rocket science! calories taken in should be less than calories out and the only true free food is celery! but whats really not fair is it only takes 3000 calories more than you burn off to gain a pound.
Ah, 1 pound? :)
Each pound is 2000 cal so for every 2000 calories you cut from (a none weight gaining diet-weight maintaining diet)per 3 to 4 weeks you will loose weight.
Well 3500 calories is 1 lb of fat, so about 7700 calories should equal one kg.
One pound of fat is equal to 3500 calories.
Probably about 1 minute if you light it on fire, but that depends on the temperature. The answer you're looking for depends on metabolism, exercise, and diet. We always put in… calories and take out calories. When there is an excess, our bodies will create fat for storage. To get rid of this storage, you must create a calorie deficit so you are taking out more energy than you are putting in. There is no real answer to this question. A healthy weight loss is 2 pounds per week.
9 calories are the equivalent to 1 gram of fat.
One Pound of fat ios approx 3250 calories
it depends on what you do mom that clean the house thoroghly can burn up to 900 cal. crazy