Q&A: Does source of calories matter for weight loss?

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Question by Mae N: Does source of calories matter for weight loss?
So disregarding the nutrition aspect like how sugar is empty calories etc… Is eating 800 calories of a negative calorie food for example cucumbers(I know that’s a ridiculous amount but just for arguments sake) the same as eating 800 calories of say milkshake? How does the difference effect fat gain if those 800 calories are part of your “daily calorie allowance”? Does it make a difference?

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Answer by Fred
No it’s not. For calorie sake it might not make much difference regarding weight loss . . but for nutrition sake it makes a big difference in that eating the wrong foods but less of them would still be an unhealthy lifestyle . . theres the rub

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5 Responses to “Q&A: Does source of calories matter for weight loss?”

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  2. David writes:

    it,s not that simple. cucumbers are a great source of nutrition. a milkshake is a horrible way to keep your calorie count to, say, 1500 per day. you can eat a lot of veggies compared to a minimalist 800 cal milk shake.

  3. Tasha writes:

    For calories sake no it doesn’t matter. But the excess fat you would be consuming from the milkshake would be more likely to stored as fat because your body wouldn’t have a use for all of it

  4. hasse_john writes:

    not as much as it seems like it should. a person went on a ‘twinkie’ diet, eating 800 calories of them/day, and lost some weight, and stayed reasonably healthy. (as far as the numbers went)

  5. Ashley writes:

    800 calories is 800 calories, it doesn’t matter where they come from. BUT, cucumbers are clearly a healthier choice rather than a milkshake. And there is always a “percentage of calories from fat” which can ruin any diet. Check nutrition labels to see calories from fat. But to answer your question, calories are calories, it doesn’t matter where they are from.

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