It would take most people almost a week to burn 1230 calories. This is because it would normally take about 6 to 8 hours to burn this many calories.
Yes! If you eat you take in calories. If you exercise, you burn calories. The problem is that many people eat too much and exercise too little.
Men should take in 2,700 calories per day. Women should take in 2,000 calories.
1000 calories give or take
Not as many calories as eating shrimp will give you
1500-2000 for smart people or else one for dumb people just saying no offense
About 600 calories, give or take...
at-least 100-150 calories.
About 107 calories an ounce - give or take.
300 calories give or take a few calories and about 30 grams of sugar
No need to take it..Lot of calories in it...
Depends on How many you take at one instance. But they could range from 420 - 78,900 Calories.
Take the weight you want to be, and multiply by 10. That's how many calories. 120 lbs = 1,200 calories 180 lbs = 1,800 calories
You have to look at calories in and calories out. The amount you can take in varies depending on the amount of exercise you have.
Swedish people take in 3120 kilocalories per day according to a 2005--2007 analysis.
324 fat calories.Take grms of fat, multiply by 9 to get fat calories.
ight in a normal days work you loss about 250 calories but you eat which is why you keep the calories
Everyone must eat. It is a matter of how many calories they take in and how many they burn with proper exercise. It is a balance of intake and usage.
There are about 3,500 calories in a pound. Burn 3,500 calories more than you take in = loose one pound. Take in 3,500 more calories than you burn = gain a pound.
A pound a day will take 3500 calories. So that's 3500 calories more you have to take in than you burn in a day.