Have you ever asked yourself “Where does the fat go when we lose weight”? If you are like me, you’ve thought that it becomes sweat. This is true, but only 16% true. Sweat is just a tiny 16% of your fat’s journey. Where are the other 84%?
Many people believe it’s converted into energy. However, if this was true, we would not need nuclear weapons just people who want to lose some weight.
The answer to “Where does most of the fat go when we lose weight” is not sweat, nor energy. Surprisingly, the rest 84% of the fat becomes air. Yes, air. More accurately CO2 or carbon dioxide. If you are surprised by this, don’t worry. Most of the doctors, nutritionists and weight loss trainers have no idea.