You need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume (for example, if you consume 2,000 calories, you would then need to burn 5,500 calories) to lose a solid pound of fat.
Depends. If you're sitting inside a heated building all day, you don't need to consume a lot of calories.
1200-1500 calories (:
Yes. If you consume more calories than you need one day, you will "store" them. If you consume less, you use any "stored" calories.
Regardless of how much you consume per day, you need to burn 3500 calories in order to lose a pound.
2,000 calories a day....
for a average female she would need to consume 2000 calories a day. For a average male he would need to consume 2500 calories a day. For a child aged five to ten they would need to consume 1800 calories a day
It depends on how many calories they consume; if you are of a slighter build and eat less calories, you need to burn less.
You need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume to lose one solid pound.
To lose one solid pound of weight, you need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume. To lose 45 pounds, then, you would need to burn (3,500 x 45) 157,500 more calories than you consume.
you need to exercise daily atleast for 45 minutes
a good amount would be from 1500 to 2000
The calorie need for an 11 year old girl is 1750 - 1850 calories. We have to consume sufficient amount of fats, proteins, carbs and nutrients from our daily calories.
3,600 calories (consumed in one day) will equal one pound of weight gained.
To lose one solid pound of weight, you need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume in a day.
1 calorie more than you need to consume and still die.
To lose one solid pound of weight, you need to burn 3,500 more calories to consume. Then, to lose 52 solid pounds of weight, you would need to burn 182,000 calories.
A pound of fat is generally around 3500 calories, so to lose a pound of fat a week you would need to lose 500 calories a day
11 to 12 is a preteen
depends on how many calories you burn. I am the same height and weight and my calorie intake really varies. It depends on my activity level, if I have a day where I do no physical activity I find I don't need many calories, less than 2,000.
To lose one ounce of weight, yoou need to burn 220 more calories than you consume. (For one pound, which is 16 ounces, that equates to 3,500 calories.)