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Low Fat Diet: Does it Work? | UCLA Center for Human Nutrition

Low Fat Diet: Does it Work? | UCLA Center for Human Nutrition

Low Fat Diet: Does it Work?  | UCLA Center for Human Nutrition

educing fat too much makes foods lose their taste. Fat helps taste and keeps the heat in cooked foods. Lowering the fat in the diet to a range between 25 and 30 percent of calories makes sense since fat has 9 Calories per gram while carbohydrate and protein have only 4 Calories per gram. The idea that low fat foods do not help with weight loss is the result of the food industry adding back sugar to make up for the taste lost by reducing fat.

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14 Comments

  1. Look doc somebody has to tell you, wearing a white coat only makes you look like you are pretending to be a doctor to sell people a bunch of shit, real doctors stopped wearing them round about the time Dr Kildare was taken off TV because the audiences dropped off the scale

  2. Definitely worked for me. Lost 80 lbs in 3 years on a WFPB diet. Oils are not good for you because they are heavily processed. I eat an insane amount of whole grain carbs everyday, keep fat less than 15%. Even plant fats. I'm 39 everyone says I look like a teenager.

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