The second video is only 1 hour till they get to the Q&A and the lecture is over. But for the answer is a calorie a calorie, go the 1 hour and 35 minutes and listen to the answer of that question. This may surprise some, here.
These, again, are links to 2 excellent videos that explain why some make the choices they do. While I recently started changing what went in my mouth, and my 2 week results, 16 lbs in 2 weeks lost, I was told that I was losing water, and may get it back and that I hadn't really lost anything. That was on these message boards.
I am of the belief that while some may have been water, I lost a lot of visceral fat and that there are two kinds of fat to lose. Yes, I think the subcutaneous fat may be an issue, as well as the last of that visceral fat that tends to stick to the belly, but think about this. If we are lowering carbs and preventing the body from storing the wrong type of fats, and we are eating less calories and if we are not hitting our macros in the fat area, but maybe a little heavy, for now, on protein, then while it is true we are teaching, and providing, the body a fat source to use as energy, we are also going to start burning the visceral fat that our body has been storing and sitting there doing nothing. That is why one tends to start losing weight in the face, the stomach area, and somewhat the thighs.
I'm not discouraged that already instead of finding support, I found resistance to my results. That's fine. Sure, I said some was water, but that would go along with the same thoughts and guidelines that one should eat low calorie foods, lean meats, whole grains, etc.. In other words, old wrong information.
Why does an apple have so much fiber? to stop the body from absorbing all those sugars! Know what you eat, and why you eat it. Yes, I eat apples. I drink whole milk, still, today. Most people have a huge heart in helping others lose weight, but not everyone is a nutritionist who has the ability to explain the correct answers, many of which we have only really started to understand in the last 5 years with the advent of processed foods.