ok so say something has 1.5 g fat and 100 calories, you know how on nutrition labels they will list the calories from fat and if you research there is 9 calories in 1 g fat. so dose that mean to burn the 1.5 g fat you have to burn 113.5 cal or do you just burn the 100 cal and that includes all the fat grams
When you are exercising, your body burns up most of the carbs you are first, and then it goes to the fat you have eaten and have stored up. You should burn off as many calories as you ate to burn off that fat, but to get rid of excess, you need to burn more than you eat.
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