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Fat Metabolism Uses Fewer Calories
Dietary Fat More Easily Converted into Body Fat than Protein or Carbs
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Fat Metabolism Uses Fewer Calories

The body easily converts surplus fat in your diet (that which isn't needed for energy) into body fat on your stomach or thighs. Research shows that the fat in your diet is much more easily converted into body fat than either protein or carbs. That's hardly surprising, really, as carbs and protein both need to undergo radical changes to turn into fat - whereas fat is, well, fat! Research also seems to show that when we eat carbs, protein or alcohol our metabolism apparently responds to the fact that food is being eaten and begins to burn it off straight away. But when we eat fat, the fat seems to slip in unnoticed, and the metabolic rate stays the same. This is another reason why dietary fat creates body fat.

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Weight loss diets should contain balanced eating plans which include all food groups. Because a balanced diet gives you more nutrition. Remember: a well-nourished body loses weight faster.

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