Fat is a better insulator, but muscle is what creates the heat. The more muscle one has, the more heat they generate, but the heat dissipates quickly without any insulation (fat). Arctic seals have a lot of fat on the outside of their body but a large central core of dense muscle, enabling them to get warm and stay that way.
If one has a high amount of body fat and low muscle mass, one will slowly become cold and take a long time to heat back up. If one is the opposite (e.g., high muscle and low fat) one will get cold fast but heat up quickly.
because they have more fat on their body which keeps them warmer!:-)
there is no way
Fat if you have any, and it would build up muscle, however if there are no reserves of energy in the form of fat or food intake, the body will burn muscle to keep going.
Usually, because the larger amounts of body fat and/or muscle help maintain body heat.
Fat people have a bigger fat layer around their muscles, but they do not always stay warmer. Many "skinny" people are thin because they are quite fit and have a lot of muscle; muscles make you warmer. If the thin person is thin because they are just undernourished and in poor shape, then the fatter person will be warmer.
Both/neither; they serve different purposes in your body, and you need both. Fat is energy storage, and muscle enables movements. But it is best to keep your fat percentage under 20%. :)
no. fat is lighter than muscle
Heavier humans have more body fat therefore produce heat to keep themselves warm.
No, fat cannot turn into muscle and muscle cannot turn into fat.
build muscle and burn fat the ways to build muscle and burn fat are proper eating
Because they have so much muscle and fat on them, it keeps then warm.
yes but it will be because muscle weighs more than fat