How Weight Loss Works

Back to Article
Back to Article

How Weight Loss Works

Carissa Lopez, Contributor

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






It’s a new year! Meaning that a bunch of people are making resolutions to lose weight this year, and while some may end up giving up or forgetting that goal, some have the drive to go through with it. In this article, I’ll be explaining weight loss in as simple of a way that I can, though let the record show that the nuances of weight loss aren’t that simple.

Photo courtesy of Flickr.

You hear it all the time: “Oh, just change your diet.” or “Oh, exercise more, be more active.” However, just doing one of these things aren’t as effective compared to if you do both of these things. Weight loss is essentially using fat cells for fuel, which subsequently shrink. It’s all about math, really.

Photo courtesy of Flickr.

If you have a deficit of calories, it leads to weight loss. Depending on the amount of calories you consume in a day, you should lower that by a save amount. You should also work out during this time, without doing the same routine over and over again.

*Featured image courtesy of Flickr.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email