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It is amazing how many times you hear people say this in 2012 despite countless clinical trials showing that reducing carbohydrates, not fat, leads to more efficient and effective weight loss. In addition to that we eat food, not calories. Food contains different components such as fat, carbohydrates, and protein. At a very basic level, fats and proteins stimulate feelings of satiety and fullness, while carbohydrates create a hormonal environment that makes fat burning very difficult for our bodies.
Reducing calories is important to lose weight, but you need to take into consideration where those calories come from—fat, carbs, protein, etc.—and the hormonal and physiological responses our bodies have to those components.
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