The answer for most people is C. The majority of your diet should be fat and protein when trying to lose fat. Set protein at a reasonable level (1 gram per pound of lean body mass), and eat enough fat to satisfy your appetite (a 50/50 fat and protein split is good). You need to eat fat to burn fat!
You will also need to eat some carbs or you will eventually lose mass. I like DP's carb ups on Saturday and Sunday nights, or post workout once a week and again before bed. Make sense?
Nick, I'm in the same boat you are I believe. Although I have put on 4 pounds in the last 4 weeks, I still can't lose the last inch of fat surrounding my waist. I work out for an hour a day 5x a week. On Tusday's and Thursday's I do 30 minutes of HIT on the bicycle. My next step is a thermogenic. I keep my carbs down to about 80 grams a day for 3 days then laod on the 4th (200-230gm). I did los about 4 pounds this way but right ow I 'm stuck as well. Hope you find a solution.
Weight lifting is like " Mind over Matter". If my body doesn't mind---the weight doesn't matter!!!!!
Ive been working hard, and i will give it another month. if i dont see results, well, i need to lose this weight and im too poor to higher a personal trainer. Even online theyre like 300 bucks a month. I dont have the kind of scratch, so i will do what i have to.
Sure Nick, You do whatever you want man I’m just giving you my opinion… I’m not fat huh… Check the member pic forum I will scan and post a pic of me when I was 9 and you tell me if I was not “fat” and I tell you something it does not take supplements to build someone it take self respect and determination
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