I am very confused. I have tried the Harcombe diet; unlimited fats, very low carb, high protein, which was fine for the first 5 days. I also like the look of low-fat diets, cos you get to eat more carbs.
My body does function well with a low carb plan, but it is really hard to stick to, and very restricting. I also believe that fats are really good for my body. So is a low-fat diet (rosemary con..) damaging? If not where is the balance between enough fat and too much?
welcome to AIQUM.co.uk! You don´t have to be confused, it seems that there are different types of human.
One needs the low-fat diet to have success and lose weight, the other is the low carb-type and needs low carb to succeed.
The most experts suggest that you should get roughly 30% of your daily calories in fats, that´s enough to stay healthy. But it’s important to choose healthy fats like olive oil, fish oils, canola oil and to avoid fats from butter, bacon aso.
Give me the ability to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to tell the two apart.