I have been reading through keto posts on substituting daily caloric requirements from fats and meat and less on carbs. This part i understand.
There's one part i don't understand though.
Here's what i know pls correct me if i'm wrong.
Every person has daily calorie needs. If one consumes excess calories the idea is that he'll store those excess as fats on his body.
Hence is there a limit of fats a person should consume even when he is on a ketonic diet to prevent fat from accumulating on his body?
I'm on another forum where the general idea is that you can consume as much fats and protein as you like and still lose fat as long as you don't consume carbs. Is this the correct view point?
Therefore if that's correct what happens to the excess fat in one's diet when he's on ketosis.