And there is that. That too would not be a good thing. Eat lots of protein and carbs 5 meals a day no bigger than your fist. Work out every day, running or fast walking and lift. This will accomplish what you want without the bad side effects of death. Check out bodyforlife.com You will start to burn muscle, that would not be a good thing. Your body will start to burn muscle instead of fat, and will go into "starvation mode" meaning it will store EVERYTHING you eat as fat, even when you stop starving yourself! You will feel weak, bad tempered, you will get acne on your face and back, your hair will fall out on your head and then you will grow hair on your chest, face, and stomach. Your breath will stink, and you will look and feel like hell. Eventually, as starvation weakens your organs, and you need food to live, you will die!!!!
Cereal diets do not necessarily work. It depends upon the number of calories you consume in a day and the number of calories you burn. If you try the cereal diet and only consume 1500 calories, but burn 1,800 throughout the day, everyday, over time you will lose weight. However, if you consume more calories than you burn in a day, you will gain weight. There aren't any miracle foods or diets that will keep you slim with moderate serving sizes and exercise.
Absolutely not, after about 5-7 days you will see why that is not safe.No. It is unsafe. In any event, if you were consuming only 500 calories per day you would not have the energy to burn 3000 calories per day.
Yes. Any physical activity will burn calories.
it is not bad to burn calories because if you do it is good but if you don't burn any than the leftover calories will turn into fat
The number of calories you need per day depends on your basal metabolic rate and on the number of calories you burn through physical activity. The calculation's simple. If you want to maintain your weight, you need to burn the same number of calories per day as you consume. To lose weight, you need to burn more calories than you consume, while to gain, you need to consume more calories than you burn. Just the acts of breathing, circulating blood through the body, growing and repairing cells, and digesting food require fuel. The number of calories your body uses to accomplish just these things is called your basal metabolic rate. For most people, these basic processes account for most of the calories you burn every day. Any physical activity, from cleaning the house to going for a jog, burns calories above and beyond this basic amount.
No it will not burn any calories. No more than you would burn laying around anywhere.
A pear does not burn any calories. Pears contribute to calorie intake of a body. Exercises and workouts burn calories.
absoulutely! you can burn calories by any type of physical exercise.
For the same number of calories, any food is essentially just as likely to become fat if not burned. If you consume more calories than you burn, the food will be stored as fat.
Yes. Any activity can burn 500 calories if you do it long enough.
You don't put on any additional pounds by eating at certain times of the day. You put on calories when you consume more calories than you burn. Not eating 3 hours before you sleep is a strategy to reduce the number of calories you consume in total, but it's not as though calories consumed during that time are treated any differently by your body.
In every case to lose weight, we need to burn more calories actually what we had consumed. If you want to lose 3kg in a month, you need to burn more than 1000calories. Any ways 1000 calories is not at all healthy to consume, by taking 1000 calories you can lose weight very fast in earlier days. But the weight all you are reducing from your muscle and water levels in your body. By consuming 1500-1700 calories also you can lose 3 kgs in a month. Try to add some more calories to your daily meals.
When eating celery, you burn the calories you could have been getting from the celery. You do not gain any calories.
you don't burn any, you'll get more calories instead
Yes doing any physical activity burns calories! But stretching does not burn as many calories as jogging or even walking.
Any activity burns calories. But, singing does help burn more calories when you are doing an activity.If singing while standing, you will burn approx 2 calories per min, less calories burned when seated.
Yes. If you consume more calories than you need one day, you will "store" them. If you consume less, you use any "stored" calories.
Reading won't burn any more calories than what basically staying alive does.
You don't really burn any calories when texting. If you do, it's only a couple calories and not much to make a significant difference.
since they burn loads of calories 2600 calories
You will not lose weight (body fat) if consume as many calories as you burn. You will also not gain any body fat.If you eat 2000 calories a day, and go to the gym and burn 2000 calories doing various exercises, you WILL lose weight. This is because your body constantly burns calories to keep you alive. You burn then when you walk around, when you sit on the couch, when you sleep, even when you chew more food and digest. But if the sum of your workout calorie burn, and you daily natural calorie burn adds up to 2000 calories, and that's what you consumed that day, your weight will remain constant.
Yes. The brain burns calories when you think.
Pretty much any and all activities will burn calories. "Active" or "energetic" ones (sports, exercise) will burn more calories than sitting and watching TV will, for example, though.
Yep, doing any action banks into your calories. Just moving can burn energy. So yes, running in place can burn calories. For a significant number of calories to be burned, you have to jog in place for more than a short while (a minute of running in place will barely burn calories).
i dont think u do burn any:3