I would like to know about the calorie-weight relationship. This is for me to be clear about how much I'm losing as I increase my activities and reduce my food intake or see that I eat more healthy. If anyone can help me out I would appreciate it.
1lb = 3500 calories
1lb = 2.2kg
sooooo..... pay attention this is highly sophisticated math here
3500 x 2.2 = 7700
This is perfectly correct math :) and apologies for being picky, however to prevent confusion, it's 1kg = 2.2lb.
So yes, 7700 cals need to be burned in order to lose 1kg of weight (in theory).
Thank you all
In theory indeed. Should we have expanded to say that it's 7700 kcal in versus kcal out deficit to lose 1kg of weight? Advice and explanation did not seem to be wanted.
You can see where I got points off in math classes , LOL