Study by twin doctors was done about weight loss–fats vs. carbs.
Cutting most of both items out of the diet turned out to be miserable. Which is better?
“The answer is probably “neither.” Completely eliminating anything from one’s diet — whether it be sugar, or fat, or even meat — isn’t necessarily the way to end up with a more fit physique.
A balanced diet, which includes fruits, veggies, proteins, and good carbohydrates will put you on the right track better than eliminating any certain food group.”
If you want to lose weight it will be much easier if you avoid processed foods made with sugar and fat. These foods affect your brain in a completely different way from natural foods and it’s hard for anyone to resist eating too much. And any diet that eliminates fat or sugar will be unpalatable, hard to sustain and probably be bad for your health, too.”
You can have a decent amount of healthy carbs in 50g to 100g of carbs per day is enough for the human body. If you increase that amount, you will not lose weight and you will gain weight. Stick with fruits, vegetables, and proteins. Stay away from starches and wheat products and you will do great. As it is, fruit and vegetables have enough carbs in them. You can also have nuts and watch the carbs in those too. Pasta and bread is not necessary in a diet and doesn’t help you lose weight. And eat healthy fats like in oil, proteins and avocados. A Mediterranean or Paleo diet allows or it and those diets work!