Here are 6 facts about the Fat Carb:
- It totally eliminates the idea that you have to be on a low carb or low fat diet in order to lose weight.
- It accelerates weight loss without reducing your caloric intake below your daily calorie goal. You learn to make more strategic choices, and actually will be able to eat a larger volume of food.
- You will be able to choose some high fat and some high carb foods every day.
- You will learn to avoid foods that are both high in fat and high in carbs. You will learn to substitute or simply taste these kinds of foods. Examples of high fat/high carb foods would be: French fries, potato chips, doughnuts, pies, cakes, cookies, ice cream, some fried foods, and thick pizza with meat toppings.
- You will learn that it’s okay to have fat and carbs, but to avoid eating foods that have both fat and carbs in very high quantities in the same food.
- Part of the skinny and debt free compassion plan is to journal your food choices manually, or log it into a simple app like myfitnesspal, which lists calories, carbs, and fat.
So what should your daily Fat Carb goal be? It should be the same number as your goal weight. My goal weight is 200, so I can have up to 200 grams of fat + carbs daily. Remember though, the Net Calorie Rules! Use your Fat Carb goal as just another guide to your healthy choices.
The skinny and debt free compassion plan is not a diet, it is a lifetime plan. It requires knowledge, planning, and a little bit of a sense of humor. For example: if you are what you eat, and you do not know what you are eating, do you know who you are?
Martin Sher, Co-CEO of AmSher Collection Agency and a past president of ACA International, is the author of the Collector’s Pledge. Hundreds of thousands of collectors all over the world have signed this unique document committing to treat people with dignity and respect. AmSher is known as the collection agency that collects with compassion.