This is wrong at every level. First of all, one pound does not equal 3500 calories.
You will see this formula in government literature, in just about every diet book, ...
Eat more calories than you burn, and you'll gain weight. ... in contrast to the
current 3,500 kcal-per pound rule, which estimates a much more generous 52-lb
Dec 9, 2015 ... Do You Really Lose a Pound of Fat for Every 3,500 Calories You Burn? ... if you
want to determine roughly how many calories your body burns ...
Jul 21, 2015 ... ... calculator shows that you need to burn more than 3500 calories to lose a
pound. ... Today, many conventional weight-loss plans still tout the ...
But how many do you really have to cut or burn to see results? It's simple: You
can drop a pound a week by trimming 500 calories each day. (Calories burned ...
Mar 5, 2013 ... The above quoted formula is taken as dieting orthodoxy: to lose one pound of fat
per week, simply create a 3,500 calorie deficit through diet ...
Apr 11, 2015 ... Because 3,500 calories equals about 1 pound (0.45 kilogram) of fat, you need to
burn 3,500 calories more than you take in to lose 1 pound.
Jun 30, 2015 ... Dear Countin' Cal ,. Theoretically, about 3500 calories equals one pound of body
weight. This means that you'd have to take in 3500 fewer ...
If you create a deficit of 7000 calories in a week, you lose two pounds, and so on.
... lean and overweight people in how many calories they can or should cut.
In order to lose pounds it's important to understand how many calories you'll
need to burn. To burn extra calories you can either eat less, exercise more, or do