Fatigue decreases in people’s body when exercising, but where does it end? Nearly 150 doctors, dieticians and physical trainers answered the question incorrectly.
Let’s see if you know this? The question is very simple – when someone exercises less weight, then where is its body fat?
You have the option:
A) is converted into fat, energy and heat
B) Fat turns into muscle
C) Fat, carbon dioxide and water change
If you answer ‘A’ or ‘B’ then do not worry. You are in a survey of Reuben Meerman, a scientist of the School of Biomolecular Science at the University of New South Wales, Australia, like 147 experts who gave the wrong answer.
Many experts do not even know the answer
The most common reaction was that the fat became converted into energy,
The most common reaction was that fat became energy. Actually this material matter is against the rules of conservation, in which all chemical reactions are followed.
About the option ‘B’, Mirman says changes in fat muscle are impossible.
According to Mirman’s research published in the British Medical Journal in 2014, the correct answer is ‘S’, i.e. fat, carbon dioxide and water change.
In which the main emission of the body is the most important function of the lung.
According to research, “the body comes out as water, urination, sweating, breath and other body fluids.”
Mirman wrote on theconversation.com, “If you reduce 10 kg fat, then it exits 8.4 kg through carbon dioxide and remaining 1.6 kg of water.”
In other words, we lose weight we practically we leave in the form of breath.
Why were the doctors wrong?
Of the 150 experts surveyed, only three of them have given the correct answer.
Mirman did this survey among Australian experts, but as she told the BBC, she got this wrong concept in the USA, UK and many European countries too.
Meermman’s conclusions are based on the fact that whatever oxygen we take in whatever we eat, should also be included.
For example, if your body consumes 3.5 kg of food and water, 500 grams of oxygen during this time. So your body must go out four kilos.
Mirman writes, “Otherwise your weight will increase.”
What to do to reduce obesity?
According to them, “to lose weight, carbon is required to be expelled from fat cells.”
When we breathe, then we release carbon, so if we breathe more then we will be able to reduce the fat converted into carbon?
Mirman writes, “Unfortunately, this can not happen, because having more respiratory problems will lead to hyperventilation, causing you to feel dizzy and you may also become unconscious.
“The only way to increase the amount of carbon dioxide released from your body, is to increase your muscle activity.”
What is the most effective solution?
In addition to workout, Mirman explains the other ways that we generate carbon dioxide.
For example, a person with a weight of 75 kilos generates 590 grams of carbon dioxide at rest.
Meirman says, “No medicine or drink can increase this number.”
At bedtime, one person emits about 200 gm of carbon dioxide. Apart from this, only standing and getting ready, your metabolic rate doubles. This rate goes up to three times in a stroll, cooking and cleaning the house.
According to Mirman, if you want to lose weight then “eat less and run the body more and more.”
Finally, he says, “Any diet which brings less energy to your body, will be very effective in reducing weight