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Practically speaking there won't be a difference for such a low amount as 100 grams, but if it's 1000 grams instead, I think it will be better to consume it over a week. 100 grams of chocolate will give some satiety and thus decrease your calory intake more in total than having 1000 grams in one sitting. If you assume your calorie intake is fixed and isn't ...


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I'm not able to find a source right now, but I remember reading that it's only possible to oxidize a certain amount of fat per day, when going over this limit, you will start burning protein (muscle) instead. For a regular sized person, it's about 500kcal/day, fatter people can burn more of course. This means that you can burn about a kg of pure fat in two ...


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Use some calculator to calculate your macros, a simple one like this There are three major macronutrients, or macros for short : Protein, Carbohydrates and fats. Using the macro calculator you can calculate how much of each do you need daily. Fill those needs, and you will lose weight, if that is what you want. Use a site like myfitnesspal to track your ...


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The body is very good at consuming calories, especially carbs. Eating large amounts of fat takes a bit of adaption until it's 100%. Eating more does increase your energy expenditure though, and it does so in many different ways. One of these is non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT), which increases as energy intake increases, i.e. if you eat more, you ...



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