Eating better in an effort to lose weight or body fat is one of those things that’s assumed to be true. It’s practically assumed that cleaning up your diet is the most important component in a weight loss plan. If you eat right then the fat should just fall off and stay off.
While eating well is certainly an important part of a weight loss plan, there’s actually no concrete link between your diet and how much body fat you have.
The idea that if you eat right your body will be told to be leaner is actually completely fabricated out of thin air.
Think I’m off my rocker? Maybe, check out this video (or listen to the podcast) for a more detailed explanation why the link between diet and weight loss is a myth: