How to Adapt Successfully to a High Fat, Low Carb Diet
On Saturday I shared on my Facebook page(HERE), a post I wrote some time ago. “Carbs for Breakfast? BIG Mistake!”(HERE) As it happened the first time when I shared it, the article provoked opposing comments. But today I do not intend on talking about the comments. I want to share my opinion about people, who after all trusted me enough to try my way of eating ( or at least they think so), but they are still having some difficulties and they do not feel as good, as I assure them they’d feel if they follow my nutrition plan.
First of all, my observations show me that 90% of people ( an now I am not exaggerating the number), only fool themselves that they are eating the way I recommend. If I ask them to share what they ate today, they usually confirm my opinion- that they limited their carb intake, but consciously or not, they forgot to increase their fat intake. In this case, no wonder that they are feeling bad and that they are constantly hungry. I’ve tried following a “diet”, which consists mainly of proteins, and the only thing I could think about was FOOD!
I know that it is hard, when we keep in mind that for years we’ve been told how unhealthy it is to eat fat, and it is impossible to change your mind in one day, and start eating bigger quantities of fat, without having any worries. That’s why initially you just need to be (more…)