If you decide to lose some weight, you will find yourself limiting your carbohydrate and fat intake, which is fine until it is found to be detrimental to your overall health.
During such times, you can learn to differentiate between good and bad carbohydrates, and healthy and unhealthy fats. Good, complex carbohydrates are high in fiber and good for your health. It keeps you full longer, keeps high-calorie foods in check and at the same time supplies your body with the energy it needs. Similarly, healthy fats, also known as monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats, are good for your heart health and control your cholesterol levels. If you don’t include these foods, only healthy foods and nutrients will limit your body.
That said, do not stress that you are consuming the right kind of carbohydrates and fats. Stress only increases your chances of gaining weight.