Originally Answered: I am going to start a low-fat diet. What are some good low-fat foods?
Grilled skinless chicken, tofu (can be really good w/ the right flavoring), green veggies, green & red peppers, oatmeal, "lite" string cheese, skim milk, tuna, lowfat cottage cheese, lowfat yogurt...
Don't go too low on the fat, though. Yes, it does have a lot of calories and yes, saturated and trans-fats won't help you (lose weight, I'm assuming). Get a little olive oil, avocado, almonds, or other sources of mono-unsaturated fats. "Fat-free" products can sometimes have too much sugar in them. Better to go w/ lowfat. And avoid overly processed food--veggies, fruits, yogurt, chicken, lowfat cheese, salmon, tuna, slow-cook oatmeal, nuts--those are the best. Make your own meals & snacks so you know what's in 'em.
Exercise if you are able to...even if you don't feel like it. Soon you won't want to go a day w/o exercise. You might have to up your calories to like 1400, but regular exercise, especially using weights, will help you burn calories even when you aren't exercising.