And it has some logic to it.
But it is utter bollocks, with no personal knowledge of the problem, and it is putting the cart before the horse.
Before I changed my nutrition, I had problems with hunger. Hunger, hunger, hunger. Murderous, ravenous, hunger.
After I changed my diet to Lutz/Aktins Diet (and now more to a Paleo Diet) my hunger became what it is supposed to be: Information that my body needs food.
So I can say that clearly and unequivocally the problems I had with my hunger were caused by what I ate, which in turn caused me to eat more.
My diet was making me hungry.
Now, how is someone who is hungry supposed to eat less and exercise more?
As I said, utter bollocks.
(And it was not that my change in diet curbed my appetite – the problem was too much hunger, not too much appetite. I still enjoy very much what I eat – it's just so that I eat until I'm satiated, usually twice a day. And then I don't overeat, because like I did with the foods I used to eat. Somehow it is very difficult, if not impossible to overeat on meat, potatoes and salad, versus for example pasta.)