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I'm seeing the political bias against LCHF I mentioned earlier.
BTW, what's your BF%? If you're so anti LCHF show your own numbers on how the way you eat is superior
I don't know what my body fat % is, if that's what you mean by bf%. I work out a few times a week to maintain overall fitness, eat right, and don't obsess over weight. I'm not vegan and don't eat keto, so it's kind of difficult to say I'm biased in favor of a vegan diet. Yes, I'm anti keto, but definitely not anti low-carb.
I never said the way I eat is superior, just that keto is unsustainable and probably unhealthy (according to published scientific research).
We're mainly in agreement. However, you or I or others on this thread continue to interchange LCHF (the sustainable way to eat) with keto (a way to cut weight) when that's not the case.
Maybe I'm misreading you but you're also saying that other eating systems are superior to keto and LCHF
I do think that other eating habits are superior to keto and LCHF and Iḿ basing that on the existing scientific evidence. And I think people should clarify what they mean by LC and HF. Low processed carbs is a great idea. Complex and/or unrefined cards in the diet is just fine. High fat, as long as it consists of unsaturated fats and fish-derived fats, seems fine. The saturated and processed fats definitely seem to be a problem.
Yeah, I think weŕe mostly in agreement but youŕe unnecessarily bellicose.