Are Carbohydrates The New Enemy Of Fat Loss?
Not too long ago fat was seen as the enemy of fat loss.
People who wanted to lose body fat were advised to reduce their dietary fat intake if they wanted to see results. Dieters paid premium prices for foods that were labelled as, low-fat or fat-free. “Oil free this” and “fat-free that” were the default foods of the average dieter.
In the land of dieting, fat was the most hated macronutrient!
But things have changed in recent years. We no longer see fat as the enemy of fat loss because the goalpost has moved, and another macronutrient is taking the backlash. As a matter of fact, dieters are now being told to eat as much fat as they want – thanks to Ketogenic diet and low carbs diet.
Congratulations fat! The supreme court of dieting has declared you not guilty. The proclamation: “It’s not fat that makes us fat!”
You’re now the new B.A.E, fat! Let’s make a (bulletproof coffee) toast to your victory!
So many questions begging for answers
Why is it now okay to eat fat? Did the chemical structures of fat and carbohydrates change? Are carbs dangerous or we are just looking for another food to blame?
My objective is to tell you the whole truth about carbohydrates and their role in fat gain/fat loss.
Let’s dive in if you’re ready for the truth and nothing but the truth.