Here is a picture of fat inside our body (actually, this is adipose tissue full of triglycerides, which is the storage form of fat).
So, here is the question to my blog readers. When you lose fat weight and there is a noticeable difference (more muscle tone, decreased waist size, decreased skin fold thickness), what happens to the fat (triglyceride and fatty acids) when you 'burn it off'? Where does it go? In what form does it take?
Hint: The fat does leave the adipose tissue (fat cells) and there is some physics/chemistry going on here.
First correct response is the winner!