How to Lower the Fat in Your Diet

There is some evidence that diets higher in fat do tend to promote weight gain. In general, research has shown that diets higher in fat, rather than carbohydrate, tend to be fattening. The tendency of dietary fat to promote weight gain can be largely explained by the high calorie density of fat. One gram of fat is nine calories, as opposed to only four for protein and carbohydrate.

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