Depends how many calories you consume
If you calculate your BMR this will tell you how many calories your body needs a day to maintain its weight. If you then consume 500 extra calories a day for a full week you should gain around a pound in weight. So I would say the answer is 3500 calories.
The short answer is 7700 extra calories will make you gain 1kg of fat
Im not exactly sure what you mean, but the forever standing equation of weight loss weight gain is : Calorie intake - Physical activity = weight loss or weight gain. The more calories you consume the more weight you will gain. one pound of fat equals 3500 calories. If your goal is to loose weight, you can figure out how many calories your body needs from a calorie counter website such as Livestrong.com where you can record your weight and daily exercise and it will give you the amount of calories needed to loose weight, gain weight and/ or sustain your current weight. 75-80 % of weight loss is calorie intake and 20-25% is exercise.
Expend as many calories as you consume. Eat right and exercise.
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.
No. You gain weight if you consume too many calories for your height, age, activity level, sex and specific weight.
Many people say it is healthy to consume 1200 calories a day. This will set you at a healthy weight and also make your body familiar so it makes it easier not to gain weight.
Nope… If you are maintaining your calories by eating rice, you won’t gain weight else without taking rice if you consume more calories definitely you will gain weight. Weight gain depends up on our calorie intake and how many calories we are giving up.
How long it takes to gain weight depends on many factors. Such factors include age, gender, level of activity, metabolism and how many calories you consume per day.
about 2000 calories. according to the Mifflin-St Jeor equation
The normal weight lifter takes in about 7,000 calories a day.
It depends on your height, and if you are trying to maintain, lose or gain weight.
You have to consume less calories and you use (burn off) in order to lose weight. The amount of calories you use depends on the temperature of your environment and how active you are.