Dieting and Weight Loss

Does dieting burn fat?


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2012-04-24 16:07:35
2012-04-24 16:07:35

Dieting on its own does not burn fat, by dieting you are simply reducing the amount of fat you take into your body. To burn fat you must exercise.


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Intense aerobic exercise is the best way to burn fat. Aerobics, Running, Speed rope jumping and swimming are among the best exercises.

No but it is used in dieting

Short of having lipsuction there's no way to do targeted dieting. Getting rid of love handles would require losing body fat all over, as with any dieting/weight loss scheme.

I would say the healthiest exercise to do while dieting would be lifting weights. There are studies that say that building muscles helps a person burn more fat. So you might want to check into some form of this.

No,but it's almost the same but low fat means dieting and If you're dieting you need low sugar

That figure for fat burn refers to the rate at which you burn fat while exercising.

The reason you cant lose body fat after dieting is not all about the diet it is about proper higian and exserse it will help to tell your doctor

no cheese is not at all good while you are dieting because it adds to fat in your body

almonds have oil to burn body fat

No. Bananas cannot burn body fat.

Yes, dieting is safe for losing body fat but just don't over do it. Dieting too much can cause more problems for you in the long run and can cause severe long-term problems if you aren't careful.

Dieting reduces fat system-wide. In men, stomach fat is the most problematic. It goes on there first, and without exercise to tone the abdominal muscles, it looks like it comes off last.

when you burn off fat you will always burn of muscle too, but if you diet and exercise correctly you muscle burn off will be minimal. The fat burning supplements don't actually burn off fat, they just increase you metabolism

Technically, yes. You will burn the fat that is marbled into the muscle that provides energy for the muscle to burn. But the fat that we can see, subcutaneous fat, will not be affected.

A proper diet and moderate exercise is the perfect combination to burn fat quickly. If a person exercises, but is eating the wrong foods, it would be much harder to lose weight. And just dieting without adequate exercise is also not going to work. A combination of both is what is necessary to lose weight

Sauna doesn't burn fat. It makes you sweat.

You can figure out the number of calories and fat your eating

Green tea does not burn fat, only physical exertion burns fat.

There is no "quick" way to lose weight/burn body fat. In order to mantain weight loss, patience, determination and skills are required. In order to burn body fat, cut down on your calorie and fat intake and begin exercising reguarly, for instance, if you have no machines, go for a walk and/or jog after your low-fat dinner three or four times a week. If you struggle with your own dieting, you can join a slimming group. The most popular ones are:Slimming WorldSlimfast Meal PlanWeightwatchersDietchefJennie Craig

It doesn't, it's a myth. Only exercise can burn fat.

No any excercise will make you burn fat.

Nothing you eat can burn fat, you have to workout, walk, or run to do it.

In various methods we can burn fat; in my view cardio is the good option to burn more fat. You may go with push-ups, pull-ups, crunches, lungs and hamstring to burn fat.

There are no foods that "burn fat," despite what the TV hucksters would have you believe. Any food that contains fat requires exercise to burn off those calories. The food doesn't "burn fat" - only exercise does.

Yes, anything that gets your heart rate above normal will burn fat. Weightlifting burns fat yes, and the more muscle you have the more calories you burn each day, so lifting weights is good way to burn fat. Foods also burn fat, there are a lot of fat burning foods that most people don't know about.

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