In what order does the body burn fuel? I know that it burns carbs first, and then protein, as it tries to keep from letting it's precious (but unsightly) fat stores go. Is this right?
If that's the case, how do you lose body fat on a low fat diet when carbs are readily available? If it always has a supply of carbo-goodness, it'll never need to touch the fat to burn fuel...cuz before it even hits THAT mark it'd go to your muscles first.
Someone please... explain?