Yes, for the weight to actually be fat, not water, you would have to burn about 35000 more calories than you eat over those 3 days. Even without eating anything, and with my daily maintenance being about 2500 cals/day - that would still leave well over 9,000 cals/day to be burned through exercise. At my weight that would be a 6 1/2 hour vigorous workout on a stationary bike or a 55 mile walk at 4 mph each day.
On an empty stomach, mind you....
The things I believe:
Cal in < Cal out = weight loss
All foods can fit into a healthy diet, some just need to be in smaller portions.
Variety is the spice of life: eat a new dish, play a new game, or go to a new place every week.
Last edited by andoreth; 07-24-2006 at 09:11 AM.