If you eat more calories than you use you will potentially gain weight. If you eat less than you use you will potentially lose weight. If you eat the same as you use your weight should remain stable.
If you are younger, you burn calories much faster 10-20 years old will burn around 1.23 calories per minute at normal heart rate. at resting state whenever your relaxing, sleeping, ect. your burning around .90.The faster you get your heart to go like doing aerobics and such you'll burn calories faster. Also, it depends on the temperature the colder it is, the more energy it takes to heat your body, therefore using more calories. There is no definante answer to how many calories you burning per minute, It depends on your metabolism, temperature, and heart rate.
A calorie is a calorie, no matter what source you get it from. That is, if you consume more calories than you burn, then you will gain weight; if you consume less calories than you burn, then you will lose weight.
It is a matter of degree. For example, if you consistently consumed too few calories you would lose weight. If you consistently consumed too many calories, you could gain weight.
if you do that, you will die. your body needs aleast 1200 calories a day in order to keep your matabolism up. if you eat less then that your matabolism will slow down and you will gain weight. there are tons of websites that you can enter your weight and your goal weight into and it will tell you how many calories you should eat a day and how many you should try to lose.
Anybody can eat as many calories as they would like...if you are looking to lose weight, eat less than 2,000 calories a day. If you are looking to maintain your weight, eat just about 2,000 a day. If you are wanting to gain weight, eat 2,500 calories a day.
That depends entirely on how many calories it is in what you're eating, and how many calories you use up each day. If you eat more calories than you use, then you will gain weight, regardless of where those calories come from. If you eat less than you use up you will lose weight regardless of where they come from too.
* Some people say you can lose up to 3 pounds each day.* If you have even the slightest degree of insulin resistance (and many overweight people have without being aware of it) you will gain weight (not lose weight) on a rice diet. * Rice is high in carbohydrate. If I went on a rice diet (and I am a natural vegetarian) I would gain weight.
It takes 3500 calories to lose a pound
less than 95 pounds because 2000 calories maintains your weight less calories lets you lose weight more calories lets you gain weight
Sorry- no magic food or diet will make you lose weight. calories of ANYTHING eaten must be less than calories burned to lose weight.
To lose weight, you must burn more calories than you are consuming. In general, a person can cut out a few hundred calories (maybe 300 or so) from their diet. If they exercise and workout, using up energy and calories, then they will most likely begin to see their body either lose weight or gain muscle and become healthier. = =
it does if it has calories and if you are taking in too many calories.