Go for a high protein, low carbohydrate, high saturated fat, and low sodium diet. Eating things like avocados, whole grains, chicken, turkey, fish, are all good choices.
The answerer above me is wrong in saying that fat makes you fat, it's actually quite the opposite. Although there are bad fats, carbohydrates are really what's going to cause you pack on the pounds. Carbs include things like sugar and starches, and the simple carbohydrates cause you to gain weight most rapidly. Fats on the other hand actually help to burn other fats, provided you're eating the right ones. You want to eat fats that are good for you like the ones found in avocados, olive oil, chicken, and fish, and try to stay away from the ones that are bad like those in chips, fried foods, or dairy.
Hope that helps!
· 7 years ago