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Friday, April 20, 2018

Not everything we believed is true

Por sumily

In addition to exercising, there are other ways in which we produce carbon dioxide and can, therefore, lose but.A person of one 75 kilos produces about 590 grams of carbon dioxide at rest.When he falls asleep that person exhales about 200 grams of carbon dioxide.

For its part, the mere fact of stopping and dressing causes the metabolism rate to double. Going for a walk, cooking or sweeping, triples it.Therefore, the key lies in eating less and moving more. Any diet that provides less fuel than you burn will make the trick work.

But it is everyone's task to consult a specialist who tells us what will be the best diet to lose weight and that is not affected in the course of our body.

In a survey conducted by scientist Ruben Meerman, a researcher at the School of Biomolecular Sciences of the University of New South Wales, in Australia, about where the fat we burn when we exercise goes, 147 experts responded incorrectly by offering an answer.

The most common response was that the fat becomes energy, the problem is that this goes against the law of conservation of matter, which obey all chemical reactions.Regarding another of the options, Meerman clarifies that it is impossible for fat to become muscle.According to Meerman in a study published in the British Medical Journal, in 2014, the correct answer is one that makes the lungs "the main excretory organ of fat."

According to the specialist, the water that forms can be expelled through urine, feces, sweat, breath or other bodily fluids.According to Meerman, if you lose 10 kilos of fat, 8.4 kilos will be expelled through the lungs and the remaining 1.6 kilos will become water, that is, we practically exhale all the weight we lose.The survey of Meerman was conducted among Australian specialists, however, in statements of the specialist to the BBC World, has found the same misconception in the United States, the United Kingdom and several European countries.

According to Meerman, the way in which universities currently teach metabolism focuses exclusively on energy in the molecule that is metabolized.The specialist refers to it as the mantra of incoming energy-energy that comes out. In his study, he mentions that biochemistry courses in schools focus a lot on energy production.As a result of his study, Meerman was able to corroborate that in addition to the foods and drinks that we ingest, we must also take into account the oxygen that we inhale.Let's say that if your body enter 3.5 kilos of food and water, plus 500 grams of oxygen, in total are 4 kilos that must go back out.

Otherwise, you will gain weight.And losing weight requires unlocking the carbon stored in fat cells. When we breathe we produce carbon, so if we breathe more, could we lose more of that fat turned into carbon?However, breathing more than necessary will only cause hyperventilation, which will only cause dizziness or fainting. The only conscious way in which you can increase the amount of carbon dioxide your body produces is by moving the muscles.