Friday, June 13, 2008

Is low-fat diet better? (Part 2 of 5)

Curry Chicken
Continued from Part 1...

Losing weight is always the ever-popular hot topic nowadays. Turn on the TV, or just flip through the newspapers and magazines, there are endless messages telling us that to look good we must lose weight. This weight-losing phenomenon has been changing the way we live, and it has even impacted the young generation. My skinny niece, who has just entered primary school, sometimes refuses to eat because she says she doesn't want to get fat. Scary!

Many people assume that eating lesser fatty and oily food can reduce the fat in their body, and thus practicing low-fat diet. They don't take food like chicken skin, fatty meat and even butter. This makes their face to look pale, emotionally unstable, and some even suffer from depression. On the other hand, some people are worried that they might suffer from chronic diseases, thus become very cautious with oil and fat. They believe strongly that low-fat diet means something good for their health.

So, is low-fat diet good? The answer is NO! No! No! No! Read with me: Low-fat diet is unnecessarily good. Why? OK, let's go on to find out the facts behind low-fat diet.

Continue to Part 3...

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