And as a side note, it seems like people lose weight easier when they cut out an entire macronutrient...
I think that works because it super-hard to re-learn how to cook and eat, and that causes you to spontaneously reduce calories due to it being tough to eat enough.
Cause let's face it. When you go to a restaurant and ask the waiter to skip the rice, you don't also ask to ad back some fat.
Peat doesn't seem to restrict any macronutrients specifically, and that seems to allow people to go crazier with the calories.
Not always, but I think it's a factor.