Diets can be very healthy, but they’re also loaded with calories and fat.
The healthy version is what you eat with the least amount of carbs and fat and the most calories.
The bad diet is a diet that includes a lot of carbs, a lot less protein and fewer fat.
We’ll explore which foods you should avoid.
Diets with more carbs and less protein have a higher risk of diabetes and heart disease.
But the healthier, more balanced version is where you should eat with your full plateful of carbs.
If you want to eat a healthier diet, you should switch to one that includes more calories and fewer carbs.
This article was written by John Wojcicki, a nutritionist, certified personal trainer and author of Eat to Live: An Eat to Lose Guide to Eating Healthily, with contributions by Emma E. Brown, Ph.D.