Everyone on BB.com says high amounts of protein and low amounts of carbs are the way to go.
I became a vegan 6 months ago, and all of the information on vegan websites talked about how people get TOO MUCH protein. I don't think this is based on a 1g/1lb ratio that lifters go by, which is more than the average person gets.
Since going vegan, I've lost about 50 lbs.. I consume mostly carbs, but I get a decent amount of proteins from soy products, beans, and nuts. I haven't lost strength either (although I am new to lifting weights and my strength is low compared to seasoned vets).
How do vegans shed so much fat if they consume mostly carbs?
I'm just confused because both sides give way different information.
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