Are you for serious?
YES!!!!In fact, a 2017 study by Veum and colleagues  published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that subjects were able lose more than 23 pounds of pure fat in 12 weeks.
And they were eating…wait for it…
281 grams of carbohydrates(or about 1.25 grams per pound of their body weight).
The kicker is that when controlling for calories these individuals lost the same amount of fat as the group eating just 56 grams of carbs.
In fact, every study to date that has controlled for calories and protein intake has found no significant difference in fat loss between low or high carb approaches .
You can 100% eat carbohydrates and lose body fat! You can 100% eat carbohydrates and be healthy!
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