Energy in the human body are proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. In the process of life, they are disposed of to glucose. 1 gr. Carbohydrates give, 4.2 kcal, 1 g of protein, 4.2 kcal, 1 g of fat, 9.3 kcal. We summarize all kcal in grams, we get, 17.7 kcal. Divide by 3 to get the calorie content of one gram of conditional energy carrier in the body. Rounded, one gram of fuel, or 1 gram of body weight will have a calorie content of 6 grams. 100 kcal: 6 = 16.7 grams. Carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism in the body are closely interconnected, and the calorie content of protein during decay should not be ignored. True, 15, or 17 grams at a consumption of 100 kcal of high weather regarding the prospects of losing weight, will not make. The worker of heavy physical labor usually consumes up to 5,000 kcal per day. Spent kilocalories and weight loss because of them, these are only theoretical calculations. With the metabolism in the human body in practice, everything is much more complicated. Due to one sweating, body weight can significantly decrease within two hours of intensive training, to 2 or 3 kg.
Small energy consumptions such as 100 kilocalories will almost not be able to influence the discharge of your excess w8. Theoretically, having spent on any work, these same 100 kcal, you will consume from 10 to 15 grams of internal energy carriers (carbohydrates, proteins or fats).
In one kilogram of human fat, approximately 7,000 calories. That is, in order to remove one kg of fat, you need to burn 7000 calories. Although the number of calories in the composition of one human kg of fat, in different sources you can find different. Somewhere they say that 1 kg of fat is 7400 calories, you can also find a figure of 7700 calories. Perhaps different indicators are associated with different density, well, or inaccurate research. Take the original figure of 7000 calories and calculate how many grams of fat (it is obvious that the gram) will leave if only 100 calories are burned. According to calculations, this is approximately 14.3 grams of pure fat. For other ‘calorie fats’, the figure is corresponding.
Man is not a stove, he does not burn anything, especially calories, this is generally a unit of measurement. But this is so, nothing personal, just in every second article ‘Calories are burning.
Now about the correct setting. If we are not talking about calories as fuel, then what a person can spent for movement and various physiological needs? In general, carbohydrates, glucose are spent directly. And with prolonged work, when glycogen reserves are exhausted, fat reserves are connected. Carbohydrates, during their disposal, release 4 kcal of energy, respectively, 100 kilocalories of energy will be used for the needs of the body in the consumption of 25 g of carbohydrates. No fat will be spent, this is too small work to start the fats. And there will be no weight loss, the supply of glycogen will be restored at the next meal.
After all, the goal of proper weight loss is to reduce the amount of hated fat on the stomach and sides, and not just a decrease in the number on the scales.
If you burned 100 colories and your body in the stage of active burning of colories, you will lose 7-10 grams.
Thus, to get rid of 700 grams of fat, you need to burn 1000 calories, taking into account that you will not fill them with food.
If the calories that you burned will be full of food within 8-12 hours, you will not lose a kilogram at all.
What did you think? Excess weight is not dirt that can be washed off with a washcloth.
If you burned 1000 calories and after a few hours you threw this 1000 calories into yourself, why do you think you should lose w8.
Therefore, many in the gym do not lose weight, despite the perseverance.
It is believed that 7000 kcal is 1 kg of fat, therefore only 14 grams of fat. If you want to lose weight, then you need to throw off at least 500 kcal in a day in order to see the result after 2 weeks in one kg, and still not to overeat the daily norm.
In 1 gram from 4 (proteins) to 9 (fats) kcal in gram. So 100 kcal is about 10-15 grams of energy of energy.
If we take approximate figures, 1 gram of fat gives us 9 kilocalories, and 1 gram of proteins or carbohydrates – 4 kilocalories.
Imagine that a person uses only fat and get that having spent 100 kilocalories on training, he lost 11.1 grams of fat. If he used proteins or carbohydrates, then 25 grams of w8. That is, a person loses from 11 to 25 grams. But at the same time it is impossible to talk about losing weight, because if proteins were used, you will have to restore them.
In my opinion, this figure is very insignificant, namely from 8 to 10-12 grams, possibly a little more, or less.
That is, so that the very weight loss was more noticeable to “burn” (although this is not a very accurate word) is needed a lot more per day).
Burning 100 kcal, you will lose quite a little in terms of weight, namely from 10 and to 15 grams the maximum, although at the same time purely on the scales, you can not lose anything at all, but even add if you get drunk for example water.