It would be negligable. But if you're thinking that's a good way to keep from gaining weight, do a little research. Starving the body slows the metabolism because it thinks it's in jeopardy. Weight loss, therefore, slows as well. Eat a healthy diet of mostly whole foods, get good exercise and be patient. Treat your body and soul well; don't fall into a self-esteem trap.
AnswerIn theory, you could gain weight from chewing food and spitting it out. The saliva in your mouth begins the digestion process. Several items in food, especially sugars near the surface, can wash off and dissolve in the saliva. If the saliva is swallowed, or if the material remains in your mouth to be swallowed later, you could still gain weight. Chewing and spitting out food just to maintain your weight isn't a good idea. It's costly, wasteful, and could be an indication of a food addiction.I personally am struggling with a chewing and spitting addiction. It is bad news because as a result from it I have gained 7 kilos in a mear 3 months. It becomes habitual and sooner than later your clothing won't fit and you will have weight issues that you were trying to avoid.
Chewing tobacco doesn't directly cause weight gain; withdrawal symptoms, however, can include weight gain and the feeling of hunger.
does chewing cornstarch increase weight if not swallowed
Chewing gum is flavoured by artificial flavourings and coloured by artificial colours. That is how you gain weight from chewing it.
See a doctor.
It is not very likely that chewing too much Dubble Bubble gum will cause weight gain. Each piece contains 20 calories. You would have to chew huge amounts of it to gain weight.
It has some calories but so few that you probably burn more by chewing the gum. Negitive, It will make you gain some weight not much tho.
Yes. It was once believed that chewing gum might help with weight loss, but studies have shown that it actually adds to weight gain.
You can gain weight by eating food with high Calories.
The weight gain from food is not determined by the weight of the food, but by the number of calories in food. 3500 calories of food are equal to about one pound of weight (of the person, not the food).
no the best way is to see what cause you to gain... i will tell you how i lose weight in 3 months fast-- eat every thing you like and don't drink soda--drink eight glass of water a day take long walk and don't eat after 7:30 pm --it work good for me i was 170pd now im 135pd
To gain weight you child has to eat good food.
To gain weight you have to eat more.
ANY food that you eat will make you gain weight if you do not work it off.
I don't think there is a particular food that makes someone gain weight, I believe it's the amount of food that is taken in that makes someone gain weight.
Your teacher might be chewing on paper napkins to control her appetite and not gain weight.
food causes you to gain weight shuger,chocolate,anything sweet makes you gain weight to tell you the truth.
This is not how nutrition works. Where you gain weight... if you gain weight... has more to do with heredity than with what specific foods you eat.
by eating food
Not really. Of course eating food will make you gain some weight, especially when the food is still inside of you. As long as the weight gain is not consistant or significant (as in, exercsie to kepp a constant and steady weight), then it is fine.
A female river otter would eat food to gain weight
Any food can make you gain weight if the calories it produces in your body are not used.
Don't substitute your cigarrett for food/chewing gum/mints etc. Also try some moderate excersise.
You can gain weight from any food if you do not eat a healthy diet and exercise to keep your weight in check.