How Long is Too Long for a Low Fat Diet?
I have had some great success on Primal, but I want to lose more weight and I need to cut the fat calories quite a bit. Note that I don't fear fat - I love it! But the calories are adding up.
So I was thinking of spending 2-3 week cycles choosing leaner meats, trimming the visible fat, and choosing roasting or poaching over frying. In between cycles, I'd go back to 2-3 days of Primal (which for me means lots of good fats, oils, fatty pastured meats, sauces etc.) before resuming the short term low fat diet for another 2-3 weeks.
So, how long is too long to be doing this for gallbladder health? I know that gallstones and attacks are usually caused when people go from low fat to high fat, because the low fat damaged their system... At the same time, when in a stall, the recommendation around here it to watch those calories (including fat) so there's a bit of a contradiction. In any case, I expect to continue this lower fat version of Primal for maybe 6 months or so. Nothing too drastic, and of course there's breaks every so often.
Thoughts? Thanks in advance!
5'6" Female, 29 Years Old, 260/195/120
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