In order to have weight loss fats have to be released into serum and used.
It is just a fact of the process.
Basically if you aren't putting food in your mouth, or in the short period after that where the body deals with breaking things down and shuffling them where it wants them... cells are always moving stuff in and out and around, they do not sit idle with a 'on hold' sigh out front... including those pesky fat cells.
Other studies have indicated that even for people with large fat deposits, fat storage is not so static as you want to claim. It is constantly shifting fat and goodies in and out of the cells. They estimated that there is no fat cell storage anywhere in the body that has any contents more than 6months to 1 year old. Not over two years. So avoiding PUFAs would be beneficial long before you estimate they would.
When I used to eat a diet high in sugars/carbs as per CW... I had those "low blood sugar attacks" frequently.
Those low blood sugar attacks certainly felt stressful.
I haven't had one in a LONG time, like since I stopped following that nonsense.
Feeling perfectly fine even if I don't get to stop and have a healthy meal, or if I need to fast for doctors appointments is much less stressing.
Also... back to high sugar diets being associated with a 33% increase in CHD.
Sugar has been linked heavily to inflammation.
I don't understand adding more inflammation to the scenario of a person who already has an issue with it, as in "during stress... unsaturated fats released"
I'm just not sure pouring gas on a fire is the answer...
Maybe conceding that for the next 6months to 1year you have to use better oils and deal with your body going through the natural process of getting rid of the crap that you already put in it is just as good.