I'm saying this again because it needs to sink in.
How's that low fat diet working out for you?
Is it miserably unsatisfying? Is it even making a difference? Are you always hungry but still not losing the pounds? Do you lose a bit of weight and then pile it back on again - and some?
A LOW FAT DIET WILL NOT HELP YOU TO LOSE WEIGHT!
If you want to avoid putting on weight or you want to lose weight you MUST
STOP EATING SUGAR!
Glucose is stored in your muscles and liver. (By the way, the more muscle you have the more glucose storage you have and the more glucose you use, just saying...) Once your liver is overloaded with glucose, a vital hormone called leptin ceases to be released.
Leptin tells you when you are full.
If your liver is overloaded with glucose (sugar) your body stops releasing leptin and you think you are still hungry!
So you consume yet more calories. This is what makes us pile on the pounds! SUGAR. Not fat.
SUGAR IS MAKING US FAT.
The best thing you can do is forget the low fat nonsense, ignore the brainwashing that comes from every quarter and cut the sugar!
Try it. What have you got to lose...?