Low carb is the only diet that I feel full on. Every other diet I'm constantly hungry 24/7. My only problem with eating low card is that it's an expensive diet. It's hard to eat cheaply on low carb since you're basically buying nothing but meat, produce, and dairy. Which all 3 can be expensive at times.Well as much as you can bash diets, I've learned going low carb REALLY reduces that constant desire to eat. In eating more fat & protein, you can reduce the hunger which makes us over-eat. The food is more nutritious, blood sugar is kept under control and of course over time you eat less and lose weight. I feel at last in control of my weight, providing I keep the carbs right down.
I always wondered how some people can not be fussed about eating and have no appetite whatsoever while others like me never feel full and are pretty much always hungry, thinking about the next meal and ready to eat. It's all about the body craving the next sugar spike, essentially we're addicts.
For those who can't walk far or get on a bike, this simple bearable change in diet will provide the weight loss to the point that they hopefully can. The weight loss, will enable them to do more physically to the point of making exercise/lifestyle change more likely.
Of course, changing both lifestyle and diet is optimal. Exercise and keeping active helps control blood sugar along with low carb. i just feel for me, fixing the diet first is the way to go. I've always been a healthy eater, but wow, going low carb and pushing up the protein+fat intake works for me.... as long as I keep to very low carb.