Do most people lose weight on this diet or only if they cut back on the good oils? Thanks
Once you change your diet, you'll typically still need to eat the good oils so that you are getting enough fats into your body. You've probably been taught that oil is fattening and you're reluctant to "drink" large amounts of oil. But consider a BigMac and Fries would be about 60 grams of fat (and a lot of it saturated and altered). Or consider the cheese or milk you're not eating. At the end of the day, you may well consume less fat than before. Many people get dry hair and skin and need to increase their oil consumption.
So don't worry so much about oil. My weight is stable on the diet after losing initially.