A diet that minimizes stress and best supports an ideal hormone profile (and therefore maximize your body's metabolism) will be the diet that best supports weight loss. This would be a diet that provides "enough" healthy fats and healthy carbohydrates, specifically healthy carbohydrate since it is your body's preferred fuel, has a thermic effect and raises your body temp. Of the fat you do consume, saturated would be my first choice with as little polyunsaturated fat as you can sustain.
Originally Posted by Sweet Leilani
The human metabolism isn't a straight line - some days you're very sedentary and others you're very active. Neither is the human appetite. So it stands to reason weight loss would look like a line graph of a landline-based telecom stock over the past decade
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