Most of you would think that fats are converted to energy or heat during the weight loss process, which is assumed correct in some way but reading this article will change your thinking and you will learn exactly what the fats are converted to in weight loss process.
I was being curious to know, what happens to the fats if someone lose weight. I have read and heard from several people involve in weight loss business but every one failed to convince me until now.
According to Ruben Meerman, a physicist and TV presenter “Carbon Dioxide is the main component to which most of the weight is converted and breathed out”.
It is explained as most of the fats molecule consists of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen and as we exercise our body consumes the calories taken in with recent meals. After burning all the calories obtained from food our body then turns to the stored fats, which are then broken down for calories, carbon dioxide and water. For every 10 kg of fats 8.4 kg is converted into carbon dioxide and 1.6 kg of water. Carbon dioxide is exhaled and water leave our body through sweat, tears(if you are a crying person) and excretion.
Tip: While exercising breath oxygen frequently as a lot of oxygen is required for converting fats in to carbon dioxide and water.