Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Lose weight safely, naturally, and effectively this New Year

We learned in school that matter is never created or destroyed, it simply changes form.   So some people ask:  “When I lose the weight, where does it go?”    Yesterday, the National Public Radio (NPR) highlighted research performed by Dr.  Ruben Meerman (physicist) and Andrew Brown, a lipid researcher at the University of New South Wales.  

It turns out that what we know about aerobic exercise and burning fat is true.  The following is a chemical formula that describes what happens (Shute, 2014)

C55H104O6+78O2 —> 55CO2+52H2O+energy 

C55H104O6+78O2 is called a triglyceride.  Triglycerides are a type of fat that doctors watch as part of our routine physicals.  It turns out that when a triglyceride is burned it becomes carbon dioxide (which we breathe out of our bodies), water (we sweat and exhale), and energy.  
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Works Cited

Shute, N. (2014, December 16). When You Burn Off That Fat, Where Does It Go? Retrieved December 17, 2014, from