Probably neither, the only difference would be those burned by the action of peristalsis (the action of your intestine moving food though your intestines, but this would be insignificant).
To maintain weight, you would burn exactly how much you take in, which in this case is 480 calories. Don't forget how much you burn based on natural metabolism. It's very very likely that that itself is higher than 480 Calories.
If you eat 100 calories and burn 200 calories, you create a calorie deficit of 100. It takes about 3600 calories lost to lose one pound. So in this case you'd have lost 1/36 of a pound.
you can never be sure. But research suggests 1mile swim can burn up to 755caolories or in sams case 69. :(
yes, all bio mass does have calories. Basically, ifyou can burn it (in a dried state), it has calories; which is incidentally how it is measured. In this special case you are looking at about 5-7 per 'unit'. ;-)
A simple answer with a confusing reason. 171 kcal = 171 Calories 1 Calorie (upper case) = 1000 calories (lower case) = 1 kilocalorie (lower case) = amount of energy needed to raise 1 kg of water 1 degree celsius. On nutritional information, all the numbers are listed in Calories (i.e., kcal), while calories (lower case) are very rarely used in everyday language.
In every case to lose weight, we need to burn more calories actually what we had consumed. If you want to lose 3kg in a month, you need to burn more than 1000calories. Any ways 1000 calories is not at all healthy to consume, by taking 1000 calories you can lose weight very fast in earlier days. But the weight all you are reducing from your muscle and water levels in your body. By consuming 1500-1700 calories also you can lose 3 kgs in a month. Try to add some more calories to your daily meals.
unfortunately, no. in order to "burn" the calories out of it, it would need to be the sugar doing the burning. In this case, something else is losing the caloric form as heat in order to warm the smirnoff, and basically you are left with warm, or hot smirnoff. depending how long you cook it.
If you weigh 220 pounds, and walk at a pace of 3.5 miles per hour, then you will burn 398 Calories per hour. It depends on how you define briskly though. Most sources will say anything above 3 miles per hour is considered brisk, in which case the minimum amount of Calories you would burn per hour would be 345. If you consider 5 miles per hour a brisk pace, which is a very fast power walk, then you would burn over 800 Calories per hour.
honey is best as first aid in case of burn
It does in my case. Lettuce also causes it.
she had a dramatic case of diarrhea
Studies show that strawberries do help the flow of blood, in which case making it easier to exercise and burn more calories.
Depends on your body reaction. In my case; NO Stay safe...eat the ring peace
Diarrhea is very common and usually not serious. you have a mild case of diarrhea, you can just let it run its course, or you can treat it with an over-the-counter medicine. Common brand names include Pepto-Bismol, Imodium A-D, and Kaopectate.
Only if you have an extreme case of diarrhea.
No.you will get a bad case of diarrhea.
A lowercase calorie is a unit of measurement. The "calories" found on nutrition labels are actually kilocalories (Calories), so there are 1000 calories in 1 Calories.
Take the cat to a vet. There are too many possible causes and diarrhea can be fatal for a cat if it goes on too long!
You can't "lose" calories (well, I suppose you could misplace a pie, in which case you would have lost the calories represented by that pie).
Small French Fries: 230 caloriesMedium French Fries: 340 caloriesLarge French Fries: 510 calories
It can very often. It's iron that helps us metabolize food. An extremely anemic person could have a very serious case of diarrhea.
You lose weight when you consume fewer calories than you burn, you gain weight when you eat more calories than you burn. Eating a number of small meals throughout the day is a good behavioral method to ensure you don't overeat, but in your case it seems that you're still consuming more calories per day than before. You should probably eat less per meal, or chose to eat slightly fewer (4 or 5) a day in order to consume fewer calories per day.