Because you may be losing calories/burning fat, but you're gaining muscle at the same time, and muscle weighs more than fat.
It's impossible to gain muscle from fat. You get muscle from heavy exercises and protein :>
Muscle tissue weighs more than fat. (Apex)
first off its not spelt like that...and it makes you gain weight for one its made for muscle mass and muscle is heavier than fat... and 2 it has allot of protein in it wich is helps build muscle mass to and protein is very fating. you can turn fat into muscle allot faster than you can just gaining straight muscle
muscle is heavier :>
Mitochondria are the energy sources for cells. Muscle cells consume much more energy to do their work than fat cells. Muscle cells have to contract/relax while fat cells basically just have to sit there.
Yes they do, fat cells have very little function and therefore require much less energy than muscle cells.
Brain and muscle cells need more energy than skin and fat cells.
Muscle is not technically heavier, but it is more dense than fat. So five pounds of muscle will be much smaller looking than five pounds of fat.
Muscle cells don't use fat cells when they are burned. An increase in muscle can raise the metabolism causing the muscle cells to burn off the fat cells in storage.
fat cells have more mitochondria than the muscle cells because it works with fatty acids
Unfortunately, there is no way to convert fat cells into muscle cells. You need to decrease the size of fat cells and to increase the size (and perhaps quantity) of muscle cells.
But of course. Everyone knows fat fries quicker than meat.
You have both intramuscular fat cells and fat cells that occur outside the muscle tissue. Fat can and does form where ever there are fat cells present. So fat can form both above and under muscle tissue.
Rough endoplasmic reticulum synthesizes more material for newly formed muscle cells than for newly formed fat cells. Rough endoplasmic reticulum is an organism that is found in certain cells.
Mitochondria is the part of cells that generate energy by turning nutrients and oxygen into fuel for the body. Muscle cells need this ability more because they are constantly working; fat cells do not need it as much.