How to Lose Weight
The science is now clear that all calories are not created equal. Most calories are created by eating and burning protein, fat, and carbohydrates. When you eat, you are breaking down the foods you eat into smaller pieces that can be stored for later use. The same is true of your body. When you exercise, your body is being activated to burn those stored calories into muscle and fat.
Weight loss diets are not designed to help people lose weight. Some diets work, and there are diets that work well, but most people get the result they wanted – that's the point. The main goal of weight loss is to get rid of fat. When you are on a weight loss diet, your body will burn the calories that you ate to put on weight. If your body doesn't feel good about its weight, it will stop eating. This is the natural response to losing weight. When you are losing weight, your body has a tendency to make a big mess of itself, making you hungry, tired, and sometimes even more hungry. It's like a runaway train, going in different directions at once. It may have been eating a lot of calories during the day, but after being fed, it may have been making even more of an effort to make food and water go to waste.