Where does the fat go when you lose it? This is the most common question i get from clients when asking about fat loss. One of the most misconceptions is that the fat turns into muscle when you lift weights, one of the many reason women shy away from resistance training. This is not true, fat and muscle are two different types of cell makeup in your body they can’t switch to one or the other.
Actually when you lose fat in your body 84% is lost through carbon dioxide and 16% becomes water and is excreted thru the body via sweat, urine etc.
C55H104O6 + 78 O2 → 55 CO2 + 52 H2O
That is the actually chemical equation that happens when we lose fat. So what does that mean? You have to eat less and move more. This is your basic calories in Vs calories out. You gotta love science!
Check out this video that perfectly explains where fat goes.
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