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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 2000 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.
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3,500 calories = 1 lb of fat There are 3,500 calories in 1 pound of fat. To burn one pound, you must burn 3,500 calories. This can be done by reducing calorie intake and incre…asing your activity. Do not decrease your calories by more than 500-800 calories a day. This will slow your metabolism. Try to increase your activity by engaging in moderate to intense exercise for 20-45 minutes a minimum of 3 times a week. A 1-2 pound loss in weight a week is a healthy and more maintainable amount of weight loss. Let's say you typically eat 2,500 calories per day, and want to lose weight. To lose one pound in a week, you would need to eat 3,500 calories less during that week. This would mean reducing your caloric intake to 2,000 calories per day for the week, since 2,500-2,000 = 500 and 500 x 7 days = 3,500 calories.
One pound of fat is equal to about 3,500 calories no matter what your current weight is. If you can burn that many (or consume that many fewer) calories in one week, you… will lose a pound of fat in one week.
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I think the wording is a bit backward. The general rule-of-thumb states that a deficiency of 3,500 calories equals one pound of fat lost.
3500 to lose one pound and 3500 to gain one pound
1,250. 1,250 calories=1lb.
No telling, depends entirely on how hard that pound of muscle is worked.
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.
Well it sounds like alot but it's true. you have to burn 3500 calories to lose one pound of fat.
One Pound of fat ios approx 3250 calories
The generally accepted energy estimate for a pound of fat is 3,500 calories, so to lose 2 pounds of body fat requires a deficit of 7,000 calories. In reality, it might be slig…htly more because the workout will likely build muscle which also has weight.
To lose one pound of weight one must burn approximately anywhere from 3400 to 3600 calories. It is not recommended to try and burn this amount of calories within one day.