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Answers on the Secret to Weight Loss

Dear Beach Body World,

I know this may sound like an unusual weight loss question but where does body fat go or how does the body rid itself of fat during weight loss?

Whenever the body ingests fewer calories than the body requires, your body transforms fat into energy. Through a series of intricate metabolic processes, body fat is broken down. The body utilizes the energy created by these processes. The by-products of energy or waste are comprised of carbon dioxide and water. Water is excreted predominantly through both urination and perspiration. Carbon dioxide is released by exhalation.

Dear Help and Information,
How can I be sure to lose fat in my weight loss program?

In the realms of weight loss, nothing melts away fat like blood, sweat and tears. In other words, if you are not using a supplement that can burn calories, morph them into energy or working out

Whenever the body ingests fewer calories than the body requires, your body transforms fat into energy. Through a series of intricate metabolic processes, body fat is broken down. The body utilizes the energy created by these processes. The by-products of energy or waste are comprised of carbon dioxide and water. Water is excreted predominantly through both urination and perspiration. Carbon dioxide is released by exhalation.

To ensure the best weight loss, use the following tips:

To lose roughly one pound of fat per week, reduce daily caloric intake by approximately 500 calories.

As an alternate option to the above caloric reduction, reduce calories by 250 calories and workout, burning 250 calories per day.

Exercise a minimum of five days week

Mix it up with a combination of cardiovascular training and weight training for approximately an hour each session.

 

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