When you exercise or reduce calories your fat is changed in to water and carbon dioxide. The water mixes into your circulation until it’s lost as urine or sweat and you exhale the carbon dioxide.
You lose more weight through exhaling the carbon dioxide than you do in your urine or sweat. Sounds crazy doesn’t it!
Just about everything we eat is removed via our lungs. This applies to all the carbohydrate, proteins and fats that we eat are changed into water and carbon dioxide, even alcohol is removed via the lungs and urine.
Only dietary fibre goes in to your colon. Everything else you ingest goes into your organs and bloodstream and then evaporated in your breathing.
Is It Only About Calories In v. Calories Out?
You may not be aware of it but we all inhale about 23 ounces of oxygen, which also adds to our waistline.
If you take in 125 ounces of beverages and food each day and if about 15 ounces of that are macronutrients with .6 ounces of fibre the remaining 110 ounces is water.
If you add up the amount of macronutrients, fibre and water then add in the oxygen to lose weight you have to remove about 148 ounces from your diet.
Lose Weight While You Sleep!
You exhale about 7 ounces of carbon dioxide why you sleep meaning you are expelling twenty five per cent of what you took in during the day.
Research is showing that the rate our bodies burns up energy in what is called our (RMR) Resting Metabolic Rate produces about 21 ounces of carbon dioxide per day.
How Can We Produce More Carbon Dioxide?
You can increase your RMR by increasing your everyday activities.
We recommend simple things like going for walks, standing up during T.V. commercials, biking and our favourite taking up dancing.
Increasing your RMR is the real secret to weight loss.
By The Number Weight Loss:
If you want to lose l00 ounces of carbon dioxide on top of what you’ll produce by vaporising your food, no matter what you eat.
Now you know that if you want to finally lose it, “You’ll have to movie it, move it, move it!”
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