Sometimes I think that is just as important as knowing how to lose weight.
We can go into self denial mode, maybe only for a short time before we binge, but the reward is the scale going down.
I have managed in the past to lose 50 to 70lbs over the course of about 10 months in this way.
Because I never understood the underlying metabolic problem that caused the obesity as soon as I came off the diet the weight started coming back. A lb here a couple of lbs there and then I was on the slippery slide back to where I started and maybe even heavier.
This way of eating with 30 to 50% of calories coming from fat is not a low calorie diet. I am eating about 1500 cals per day. So once I come off the 'diet' I am not going to find myself eating everything in sight. That will mean much more control over what I decide to eat and not have that eating without thought that has troubled me in the past.
Am getting into smaller size clothes and looking forward to being able to wear more of my nice smaller outfits.
Once you start doing this, taking a chance on adding good fats back, it makes losing weight a dream come true.