fstarcstar wrote:exploited wrote:fstarcstar wrote:exploited wrote:When you're talking about an organism that inputs and outputs energy, obviously the biggest thing is the input-output ratio. So if you take in 3000 calories, but burn 1000 calories, your ratio is 3:1. Losing weight requires a negative ratio, which is best achieved through exercise rather than starvation. The type of food you eat has a miniscule impact on weight gain, although it can definitely have an impact on other areas of your health.
Do yourself a favour and never listen to anything that Saz says about anything other than shoes or types of cocktails.
You're not making any sense with this post, and technically you're wrong.
It blows my mind that anybody entrusts you with children.
It blows my mind that you think your post made any sense.What specific part of this post is hard to understand? That you need to consume less than you burn to lose weight? That exercising more is better and more effective than eating less?
I already know the answer, I just like pointing out you aren't making any sense.Ugh. How can anyone be a teacher and have a total lack of basic literacy?
Not my fault your wrong bro.
What specifically am I wrong about? Use your words.