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3500 excess calories turn into fat. To breakdown fat, you need to burn about 5000 calories. HOW FAIR IS THAT? amirite?

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You'd have a point if most of your calories weren't burned by a little thing called metabolism, often without lifting a finger.

@mmzznnxx You'd have a point if most of your calories weren't burned by a little thing called metabolism, often without...

1) Not everyone's metabolism (chain of chemical reactions in your body) is as quick as everyone else's. 2) A lot of people consume too much calories without burning them off. 3) Stress, in take of carbohydrates, salts, and liquids does affect how you weigh.

@IAMSTORM 1) Not everyone's metabolism (chain of chemical reactions in your body) is as quick as everyone else's. 2) A lot of...

Well, no kidding, and calories are burned by your metabolism (which will often vary according to personal habits) until your body gets proper nutrition, then other calories you take in are excess. So if you take in 3500 and burn 3500, you stay the same. Why should the extra calories/fat be broken down without burning more than your metabolism already does? I hardly see how it's unfair is my point.

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