To lose weight, so many people are upset or alert that there is some such person in the family or acquaintance. Some are dieting, some are going to the gym, while some are trying to lose weight with yoga. And as the weight decreases, it becomes big news. But between this exercise and enthusiasm, a question arises that if the weight is lost then where is the weight? There are some misconceptions about the answer to this question related to daily life, let us first know them.
The most common misconception is that the fat present in the body is converted into energy. But the problem with this scientific logic is that it does not match the principle of conservation of matter, which is applicable to every chemical reaction. You would be surprised to know that this misunderstanding also extended to the 150 doctors, dieticians and trainers who were asked this question.
Another major misconception about fat is that it gets converted into muscles. Yes, it is not a scientific thing at all. Some people also believe that it passes through the colon (the part of the large intestine that is between the cecum and rectum and removes moisturization from food particles). So if all these answers are wrong then what is the correct answer?
Where does fat go after all?
This question was asked from about 150 experts, out of which only 3 gave the correct answer. According to the report of The Conversion, experts of New South Wales University claimed that even 98% of health professionals could not properly explain the answer to this question. If energy, muscle is not the right answer then where does fat go? The correct answer to this question is that fat is converted into water and carbon dioxide.
That is, when you lose weight, it means that you remove fat from the body through sweat or urine and by exhaling. The mathematics of this science can be understood in such a way that if you have reduced 10 kg weight then your lungs reduced by about 8.4 kg and converted to 1.6 kg of water.
The same happens with alcohol. To a large extent this formula seems to be associated with protein, except for a small portion, which turns out to be converted to urea etc. The signs are that most of what you eat except dietary fiber does not come out until you sweat.
Mathematics of the science of energy and weight
This should not make you understand that the energy theory is wrong. But we do confuse a little, so it should be understood that in the diet you only keep a record of your food ie solid and liquid substances, but forget to keep a record of the oxygen that you take through the breath throughout the day. We take more than 600 grams of oxygen a day through breath and it is very important to measure the weight.
Now suppose that you eat 3.5 kg of food mixed with solid and liquid throughout the day. Add 600 grams of oxygen to it. A total of 4.1 kg weight went inside you daily. Now to stay healthy, you have to take out this much and if you want to reduce the weight, then more than that. So how would this be possible?
About 590 grams of carbon dioxide and about 200 grams of water are removed from the body of a 75 kg person by day. It is also a good news that while sleeping you leave 200 grams of carbon dioxide, which is about a quarter of the amount of carbon dioxide you have to remove for the whole day, before you leave the bed.
So will more weight gain by breathing more?
It is clear from the mathematics so far that how the weight goes in and out of you. If you are understanding this to mean that you will lose weight by breathing more, it is not so. Gasps are not a solution, it can cause problems even to you unconscious. The more carbon dioxide released from your body, the only way that you can move your muscles more.
Last calculation also know that if you want to eliminate 100 grams of fat, then you have to leave 280 grams of carbon dioxide. The simple thing is to eat according to the need, work hard or exercise and the weight will be reduced.