Does burning your food help you lose weight?
Burned food will not help you lose weight. It will however help you get cancer.
* No. Protein has tons of calories in them. They are fine to eat, but in small portions. * Protein will certainly help you to lose weight if you are counting carbohydrates. For more information about protein and weight loss, and protein as a 'fat burning' food, see the related questions, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
Going without food at all (fasting) is a bad way to lose weight because it triggers the famine response. When the body does not receive regular food it assumes there is a famine and so to help it survive, the body's metabolism slows down to a minimum burning as few calories as possible. The best way to lose weight is gradually by reducing food intake and increasing exercise. Moderation in both cases is wisest.
According to the scientist that study weight loss, a child who is obese can or cannot lose weight using Nintendo Wii. Primarily Wii does not help children to lose weight, but you can easily set a goal for yourself on wii fit and use that plus other exercising techniques and food diets to help children lose weight.
If you have a fast metabolism and want to lose weight but eat a lot will you lose weight if you run?
If you burn more calories than you consume, then yes. If you're weight is currently constant based on your current food consumption, then it is a fair assumption that you will lose weight by running (i.e. burning more calories) and consuming the same amount (and type) of food (i.e. consuming the same number of calories).
Walking or running can help you lose weight as fast as almost any activity, but the key to weight loss is how many calories you're burning when you exercise. Calorie burning relates to the intensity of the activity and the duration. If you're going to cover 4 miles a day, you will lose weight immediately, simply by burning hundreds of calories with each run. That's assuming, of course, you don't start eating more and more…