Weight-loss occurs 'via breathing'
Weight-loss is directly related to our breathing
The air that we exhale is heavier than the air that we inhale. We Inhale O2 and we exhale CO2. It is the carbon that adds about 0,09 gr. to the exhaled air. It may seem that an additional fraction of a gram in every exhale in insignificant but since we exhale about 20.000 time a day it adds up. In average we may lose 200 grams of our body weight every day due to this difference in inhaled exhaled weight of air.
Additional aerobic-exercises during the day (burning calorie), may further increase the amount of CO2 exhaled which may result in a loss of an additional 50 grams per day.
When “Burning Fat” in the body, energy is released but still after the burning there is ‘mass conservation’, the weight does not disappear. When 10 kg of human fat are burned, 8.4 kg are converted to carbon dioxide (CO2) which are disposed with our lungs and 1.6 kg turn into water (H20) which is disposed as humidity when we breathe, sweat, urine and feces.
For burning 10 kg of human fat 29 kg of oxygen are required. That produces 28 kg of (CO2) and 11 kg of (H20). Mass conservation…. 10+29 = 28+11