By Kate Macdonald, Business Insider Fat loss diets have been around for years.
The goal is to lose weight in as little as 10-15 weeks by eating fewer calories and sticking to a strict low-carb, low-fat, low fat-based diet.
But a recent study suggests that if you’re a bit leaner than you think you can still lose fat if you keep eating a high-carb diet.
The results of a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that fat loss can be achieved even when you’re eating a moderate-carbohydrate diet.
It also suggests that it’s possible to lose fat without cutting calories too drastically.
What the study showed The study looked at more than 12,000 people, from the United Kingdom and around the world.
The researchers followed the participants for six years and compared their weight, body fat percentage and body composition.
The study found that people who ate a moderate carb diet for two years lost the same amount of weight as those who ate the most calories per day, with a slight weight gain.
But the study didn’t find that people on a moderate diet who followed a moderate fat loss plan for three years lost more weight than people on the low-calorie diet for three.
The low-glycemic index diet may not be the best choice for fat loss The study was a follow-up to a previous study that looked at the effects of a low- carb diet on weight loss.
The previous study had participants eat the low carbohydrate diet for five months and then follow a high carbohydrate diet.
In that study, the researchers found that those who had the lowest glycemic index of carbs had the greatest weight loss in two years, but people who were on a low glycemic-index diet for one year lost the most weight.
The new study looked more closely at people who followed the moderate fat-loss plan for four years and found that it didn’t matter how much fat they lost.
People who followed this plan lost weight at a rate that was nearly three times that of people who didn’t follow the plan, according to the study.
But it wasn’t clear if the low glycecemic index or low-carbs diet caused the difference.
The reason this study doesn’t show a weight loss benefit is that it doesn’t look at the overall weight loss after four years.
This is a key difference, because if a diet is low in carbs but high in fat, people on this diet may still lose weight, according the study’s authors.
The biggest difference in weight loss between the two diets was in those who followed both diets for a year.
But this study also found that the low carb diet made the biggest difference.
People on the moderate diet lost more than 30% more weight, while people on low- and high-glycecemic- index diets lost only 11% and 14% more respectively.
It’s important to note that this study only looked at people with an average body mass index (BMI) of 25 or higher.
This could be due to a variety of factors, including the fact that the study included only women, who are generally more active than men.
A high-fat diet is better for fat Loss of fat and body weight has been shown to occur when people follow a low carbohydrate, high fat diet.
Studies have shown that when people on diets high in carbohydrates are fed a high glycemic load, the body begins to break down fat as the body tries to burn off the sugar.
That means that the body eventually stops burning fat as energy and instead burns carbohydrates instead.
Low-carb diets are a good choice for people who are overweight or obese.
Low carb diets are also often low in fat and fat-soluble vitamins.
If you’re overweight or have a family history of obesity, you should check with your doctor about a low carb lifestyle before you go low in calories.
People with diabetes and heart disease should also check with their doctor before trying a low fat diet, as the diet may cause blood sugar to spike.
However, there’s no scientific evidence that low fat diets cause heart disease, diabetes or other health problems.
A low-protein diet may help But low-meat-and-egg and low-sugar diets are just two of the diets that are recommended for people with weight issues, according a recent survey by the American College of Cardiology.
The survey found that one-third of people with a BMI between 25 and 29 have health problems that could be linked to obesity, while one-quarter of those over 30 have a serious health condition that could worsen the condition.
And if you want to lose the excess weight, you’ll need to change your diet to one that’s low in protein, says Dr. Susan Kastor, director of nutrition at the University of Washington, Seattle.
That’s because high-protein diets tend to be high in carbs and fat, and low in fiber and fiber-rich foods.
So if you eat lots of carbohydrates and lots of fat, you’re