If you have not noticed, there is a big push around No-Carb and Low-Carb eating. While it may have some immediate improvement for some there is compelling evidence to support keeping some simple carbs in your diet. The trick is in the portion size.
When people first come to me looking to lose weight, one of the first things I do is look at what they are currently doing from a diet and nutrition stand point. 90% of the time the changes necessary to start creating meaningful weight loss are small and almost always relate to portion sizes.
Simply changing how much of each type of food you put on your plate will create a more meaningful changes (and be easier to stick with) than completely eliminating any one food type from your diet.
Generally speaking for those who are engaged in my Boot Camp for Weight Loss program the adjustments we are looking at are pretty straight forward. During my 6-Day Fat Burner Program we do shoot to eliminate Starches and Carbs for at least a week and then re-introduce them back in.
Increase proteins to 5-6 servings per day
Increase vegetables to 6+ servings per day
Decrease Fruits to 1 or 2 servings per day
Decrease Grains and starches to 1 serving per day
In fact, I have a great 6-Day Fat Burner Program that covers this approach and it comes with a Free Week of Boot Camp. Done right a typical person can drop a few pounds in under a week.