3500 calories must be burned to lose one pound.
eat less. Burn more calories then you eat. Drink more water. cut out foods with a lot of sodium.
It depends on how long you want to take to lose the 50 pounds. To lose one solid pound fo weight, you must burn 3,500 more calories than you consume. That means, to lose 50 pounds, you must burn 175,000 more calories than you consume.
If you are eating 1500 calories a day you will lose 1 lb. if you are eating 1200 calories you will lose 1.6 lbs.
Completely depends on their weight and height which wasn't provided.
if you are 5'10" and weigh 129lb, you certainly do not want to lose any weight, if anything put a few lbs on!
It is not healthy to lose 10 pounds in 10 days. However, in order to lose a pound a day, you must burn 3,500 calories.
To maintain your weight... eat as many calories as you burn. Most humans, without even excercising, burn 1500-2000 calories a day just doing daily things and...surprise, surprise, living! If you are trying to lose weight, you have to eat a significant less amount of calories than you are planning to burn in a day. So, if you plan to go on a 3 mile run, and burn a total of 2300 calories in one day, to lose weight you have to eat less than 2300 calories. AND gaining weight is just the opposite...eat more calories than you burn.
This will depend on how much you weigh, here is a chart (for a 3.5 mph pace):If you weigh 150 lbs, you'll burn 75 calories per mile.If you weigh 200 lbs, you'll burn 100 calories per mile.If you weigh 250 lbs, you'll burn 125 calories per mile.If you weigh 300 lbs, you'll burn 155 calories per mile.If you weigh 350 lbs, you'll burn 180 calories per mile.If you weigh 400 lbs, you'll burn 205 calories per mile.
According to APEXFitness.com a female age 32 who is 5'6" and weighs 310 lbs burns 3099 calories a day without exercising. Supposedly, to lose one pound of fat, you need to burn 3500 calories more than you eat. So 40 lbs would be 3500x40=140,000 calories. 4 months is about 120 days. So you would need to eat 1166 calories less than you burn every day. Which means that at 310 lbs, you should eat 1932 calories a day. But that will change as you lose weight. At 290 lbs, you can only eat 1784 calories. And your intake gets lower as your weight drops.
It varies a little based on age, gender, weight, height, body type, activity level, and a few other important factors. To lose one pound, you must burn 3,500 more calories than you consume, which is 28,000 calories for 8 pounds.
move more, eat less