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Planning A Weight Loss Routine? Know How Many Kilojoules Do You Need

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How Many Kilojoules do You Need to Burn to Lose a Kilo

How Many Kilojoules Do You Need in Weight Loss Routine?

To remain healthy and maintain the proper weight one must have a check on calorie intake. With numbers of apps and nutritional information available on food items it is easy to keep track of ones calorie intake.

Calorie and kilojoules are measures to show how much energy is obtained by consuming a particular food or drink.


In order to maintain healthy weight one must consume only that much kilojoules that the person burns. According to surveys, average adult needs 8700 kilojoules a day. This average value is used to maintain and achieve healthy weight.

However, this number of kilojoules varies from person to person. The actual amount of energy which an individual requires depends on age, weight and weight history, height, gender and level of physical activity a person does. Hence above criteria decides whether a person needs more or less than 8700 kilojoules.

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All food items whether its your pasta or any fresh fruit like oranges or apple have kilojoules. What kind of it you intake matters. You won’t believe that a plate containing croissant with jam and large full latte when compared with another plate having muesli made up of oats with low fat milk and fresh berries along with dollop of yoghurt served with two toast slices with peanut butter accompanied with cup of tea sums up to same amount of kilojoules. Now when you compare both plates it is obvious that the second plate will give you more full feeling and is even healthier. Hence, body response differently to different types of caloric food.

The amount of fiber in muesli, toast and fruit are higher as compared to the ones in croissant. Also very less kilojoules are absorbed as gut bacteria have burnt them for their energy source. When we talk about the carbohydrate content, the one in bowl of cereal and toast is required in the body. On the other hand, the carbohydrates in croissant and jam have high glycemic index. This means that there will be increase in sugar level. This would lead to high insulin which triggers hormonal response that creates problems in metabolism.

The raised level of insulin in addition increases storage of belly fat, increases inflammation and also increases bad cholesterol in the body.

Protein in muesli is double than as compared to that in croissant and coffee. Protein releases hormone that gives signal to the brain that you are full now.

One thing to remember is that, kilojoules will not help you in knowing how nutritious a food is. You cannot choose a food by simply knowing its kilojoules. Choose food that donot exceed the required amount of kilojoules but provide you with required and sufficient amount of nutrients.

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