The fundamental principle behind weight loss is simple: Burn more calories than you consume. Restricting calories forces your body to draw on existing fat stores to power your bodily functions, everyday activities, and workouts.

“The excess carbohydrate and protein are converted into triglycerides, which is a fat found usually in the blood, and the triglycerides are made up of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen — like most compounds in our bodies.

These triglycerides are then stored in our fat cells as little drops, and