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Your stomach muscles are literally being stretched out(not in the good, growing way) because of all the food they are digesting. Seriously, it's not worth the hours of stomach pains and vomiting. This is coming from someone who experimented from eating 4000 calories all at once at a Chinese Buffet(on my cheat day, too, I learned my lesson) Even on Cheat ...


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TL;DR Change your lifestyle by making reduced portions at meals and some amount of daily exercise a habit and you will lose weight. Long Answer: It also has a Calorie log. According to this log, I ingested 1300 calories but my maximum allowed is 1500. And then it says I burned off 330 calories which means there's 1000 left. So in theory I could eat 500 ...


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Explaining all of this in detail will require whole books and not just a few paragraphs, so I'll try to be as brief and concise as possible. Think of your body as a machine that requires energy -which we count in calories- to function. Give it exactly the energy it needs, and you will neither gain or lose weight. Give it more, and you will gain; less, and ...


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Your body needs to maintain temperature, when you walk in the sunlight, you have two factors warming you up, you also have two things cooling you, the contact with the relatively cold air, and the evaporative cooling from sweating. When the temperature rises, the first cold factor becomes weaker, if the air is humid, the second factor will also be weaker ...


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I'm not a nutricionist so I can't answer with security question 1. Question 2, however, is a little easier for my knowledge. In theory, in hot weather you consume less calories because your body doesn't need to keep warm so hard. You know, temperature is an expression of heat, Energy = mass * (calorific constant of your body) * (temperature increase) or ...


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To expand on my earlier comment: If you fit into the population described in the study (your fat and mass are at the top end) then that regression equation claims to be fairly accurate, from the stated: residual (r) values (r = 0.836, P < 0.0001). The paper even gives the found deviations in Kj / min – arober11 Jul 1 at 0:24 But with all ...


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Before using the weight loss calculator I recommend you the best calorie calculator to accurate estimate of your daily calories required for loss.



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