It’s true that a diet high in fat can lead to weight gain. But it takes more than just eating low-fat foods to lose weight. You must also watch how many calories you eat.
Remember, your body stores extra calories as fat, even if they come from fat-free, trans fat-free, and low-fat foods. If you replace high-fat foods with high-calorie foods, like sweets, you’ll likely gain weight rather than lose weight.
To lose weight, you need to burn more calories than you eat. You can do that by exercising more and by eating less fat and fewer calories.
After your workout have a good solid meal of protein, carbs, and veggies. Something like steak or chicken, potatoes
or rice, and a salad or other green veggies would be perfect. This will provide your body with lots of good nutrients
that it needs to build muscle and burn bodyfat.
The key to fat loss is not starving yourself, but eating clean healthy foods (avoid junk food), do regular cardio (at
least 30 minutes each morning before eating), and hard weight training workouts at least 4 days per week.
Keep track of your bodyweight. Weigh yourself once a week at the same time. (i.e. first thing Saturday morning after
using the washroom). Aim to lose 1 lb. each week. If you are losing at least 1 lb. per week then keep doing what you
are doing because it is working. If you are not losing at least 1 lb. per week then do more cardio or cut back on your