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Fave Food Diet Review

by Emily Jacob (2019-06-10)

Like my friend above, you might find Fave Food Diet yourself low on energy. And you can't work out when you have no energy. Working out is more important than having only 40g of carbs a day because you think it's an easy way to lose fat. Again, like my friend above, the second you stop that crazy low carb plan, you'll start gaining the weight again. Making all your hard work, sacrifice and near hunger strike conditions, a complete and utter waste of time. Silly. Low carbs, weak muscles. 'nuff said Here's the dreaded part that most of us don't like to hear about. It's not the same for everyone. You all know someone who eats cakes for breakfast and chocolate for lunch, as much pizza and beer as he or she can drink and they still have rock hard abs and never put on a pound and you want to kill them. Some people just have it lucky. My opinion is, they'll lose that ability one day, and I hope they have the willpower to stop eating like that or they'll balloon up to giant size. And you can be there to laugh, I mean, pick up the pieces. Always record and monitor your progress, what you're eating, what exercises you're doing. Then you can test the effect that lowering or increasing your carb intake has. The same of course with fat and protein. Nobody can tell you for sure, only through meticulous record keeping and applying the knowledge gained from the information you get can tell you.