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Fat Loss Lies - The Lie Behind Low Fat Foods


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Many people try low fat or even no fat food, thinking that if they cut the fat out of their diet, they will naturally lose fat and pounds. A lot of diet plans are based on that idea and while it may be good for the bank accounts of the people who market these diets, the results of many who use these diets can be discouraging.

It is so disappointing when most of these people see their weight loss prayers go unanswered, because the fat doesn't dissolve, sometimes it even increases. And then you're left puzzled and thinking: "How can this be happening?"

What the manufacturers and advertisers of low fat or zero fat food don't tell you, is that our body turns a lot of other food groups into fat. For example, everybody knows that sugar is fattening, but sugar has no fat in it! How can it be fattening? That is the big lie behind low or zero fat foods.

The truth of the matter is that if we eat too much sugar at the wrong time, our body won't know what to do with it. This isn't only true for sugar, it is true for a lot of other foods as well. If you eat too much white bread or too much pasta, your body won't know what to do with all that either.

Once the body doesn't know what to do with the food we put into it, it turns it to fat. Why? Because the body believes that fat is security. Our body remembers the time when our ancestors lived in the wild and had to struggle to get food in order to survive. The more fat the body has, the longer it can go on without food. In our modern society we have no such fears, of course, but that's how the body acts. It's nature and there's nothing we can do about it.

What we can do is stop viewing low fat foods as the answer to our weight loss problems. It is not!

What we should do is follow a diet that lets us eat the right kind of fat with the right combination of carbs, protein and sugar at the right time of day. If we follow a diet like that, the fat and pounds will come off in no time.

To read more on a diet plan that combines the right kind of fat, carbs, proteins and sugar, click here: Fat Loss 4 Idiots Review

John Davenport lost over 30 pounds in his twenties after being overweight most of his life. He is an advocate of safe dieting and fitness. He writes about a diet which is based on correct eating on this dedicated webpage. Read his review at:


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