DietMaster Quiz

Q1Which is more likely to develop lifestyle diseases, apple-shaped obesity or pear-shaped obesity?

There are two types of obesity depending on which part a person carries body fat.
Apple-shaped obesity (upper body obesity) in which body fat is stored around the abdomen and chest, which is often seen in men. Pear-shaped obesity (lower body obesity) is when body fat is stored around the hips and thighs, which is often seen in young women after puberty. So, which is more likely to get lifestyle diseases, apple-shaped or pear-shaped?


Q2Which egg dish has the fewest calories?

AnswerBoiled egg.

While a boiled egg has about 80 kcal, a fried egg has about 100 kcal and a scrambled egg has about 135 kcal. To reduce calorie intake, it is important to avoid fattening food itself or use less oil and some seasoning when you cook.

Q3How many miles do you have to run to burn 1 kg (2.2 lb) of body fat?

AnswerApproximately 127 km. (79 miles)

We need 7200 kilo calories to burn 1 kg of body fat. If you run a full marathon (42.195 km) in about 2 1/2 hours, you can burn about 2400 kcal. By running a full marathon in hot weather, you can lose about 3 to 5 kilograms. But what you lost is mostly body water, you only burn about 330 gram of body fat. 7200 Kcal / 2400 Kcal = 3 You need to run three full marathons!

Q4Q4: Which kind of body would mean "obese "?

AnswerA body with more than normal body fat percentage is considered to be "obese".

By drinking a lot water or eating a lot of vegetables, we temporarily gain weight, not body fat. Only excess fat causes obesity, while excess water causes swelling.

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