In a New England medical journal study, men and women with genetic risk of obesity were 4 times more likely to become obese drinking one sugary drink a day versus those who drank one a month. Sugary drinks (juice is no better than soda) tampers with your body’s ability to maintain stable weight. […]
Nope, 1 lb. of fat equals exactly 1 lb. of muscle, but your instinct is right that muscle is more dense than fat. On average, the density of fat is 0.9 g/mL. The density of muscle is 1.1 g/mL. Therefore, one liter of muscle weighs 2.3 lbs., while 1 liter of fat weighs 1.98 lbs.