balance diet is taking in the recommended amounts if vitamins, minerals and proteins, carbohydrates as mentioned are the ones you can survive without, as I've said from the beginning if you take in more than you give out you'll increase weight and become fat, and a healthy balanced diet that does not exceed your calorific output will lead to weight loss
If you have a balanced diet you need the carbs you are taking in.
A 'healthy balanced diet that does not exceed you calorific output' will lead to remaining the same weight! It is NOT rocket science!!!
A diet that falls short of your output may lead to weight loss, but if you are already at an ideal weight or you are eating the right diet but not exercising enough that diet will not be your ideal sustainable diet.
I was talking about me and other overweight people, of course skinny people like my oldest daughter need to eat not just a healthy diet but the right amount of calories, now that's a hard request, getting her to eat my home made nutritious food is almost impossible, every thing I cook is awful
as I said loosing weight is not rocket science it's as simple as putting less calories in than you use will result in weight loss, but it has to be a well balance diet so you can loose the weight but remain healthy. These fad diets that tell you to fast and only eat beetle juice or cabbage will loose the weight but for a short time with no health benefits, people on these fad diets loose weight then rapidly increase it again.
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