Mayo Clinic states that it takes approximately 3500 calories to burn one pound of fat. In order to lose weight, a person must burn 3500 calories per each pound of fat they wish to lose. More »

Three thousand five hundred calories must be burned, either through exercise or daily life functions, to lose a pound. To lose a pound a week, an additional 500 calories per day must be burned. A healthy, safe weight los... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, 1 pound equals 3.500 calories. Therefore, a person who wants to lose 2 pounds in one week must burn 7,000 calories more than he consumes during that time period. More »

3,500 calories need to be burned in order for an individual to lose a pound, according to the Mayo Clinic. Losing 3,500 calories in a short period of time, whether it be by dieting or exercise, is not healthy and most me... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, 70,000 calories of fat equal 20 pounds, as each pound is equivalent to 3,500 calories. However, it is unlikely this amount of weight loss would be purely fat, as water and even muscle are of... More »

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About.com relates that if 34 calories are expended per mile ridden on a bike, a 175-pound person should be able to shed 1 pound for approximately every 100 miles ridden. Riding five miles a day, seven days a week, would ... More »

According to the Mayo Clinic, 1 pound of fat is equal to about 3,500 calories, meaning that an individual must burn 3,500 more calories than he consumes in order to lose this amount of weight. When losing weight, water a... More »

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