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Well, we regret to inform you this claim — as good as it sounds — is simply false. The process of burning fat is completely separate from the process of building muscle, though the two processes are related to each other, says Lauren Shroyer, MS, director of product development for the American Council on Exercise (ACE). Simply put, your body can’t turn fat into muscle. And the reverse is also true: Your body can’t turn muscle into fat, either. Improvements in body composition (your ratio of muscle to body fat percentage) can be evident in the first month or two of a resistance training program, especially if you’re new to doing strength training exercises, and eating well.
This is the result of both building new muscle—also known as hypertrophy, and losing body fat. To quickly get this out of the way, there’s no way possible to turn fat into muscle because they’re two entirely different tissues. Your fat tissue is made up of the fat you consume.
Every single time you eat a meal containing fat, you store that fat in the fat cells on your body. The anatomy of muscle vs fat. Saying that you want to turn fat into muscle is like saying you want to take a dog and make it a cat. It just can’t be done because they aren’t the same species.
The same is true of the difference in the type of tissue fat and muscle are. You just can’t turn one into another. Fat and muscle are two different types of tissue and one cannot be converted directly into the other.
In order to make sure you lose fat without also losing muscle, you have to eat the right foods. If you cut your calorie intake and don’t eat enough protein, weight loss can result in a decrease in not only fat, but also muscle. There is fat.
There is muscle. They are two completely different things that can NOT magically become the other. The only thing you can do with fat is gain it or lose it. The only thing you can do with muscle is gain it or lose it.
And that’s the end of that list. There is nothing else. There is no physiological way to turn fat into muscle.
If so, the answer is yes. You can also replace muscle with fat in this scenario and the answer would still be yes. The more muscle or fat mass a person has on their body, the higher their maintenance level will be.
As any of that mass is lost, their maintenance level gradually decreases. You can’t turn fat into muscle, but you can simultaneously burn fat and build muscle. Read the wiki and eat at a deficit, start lifting.
Cardio isn’t going to do a whole lot, but watching your diet and gaining muscle will help. Even if you don’t see spectacular strength. Just to be totally clear, you cannot convert fat to muscle on a cellular level.
They are two completely different types of body tissue and cannot morph from one to the other.
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