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Maybe. I don't really consider 5 pounds in two weeks "quick."
Used to be all I had to do was not drink alcohol or eat sugar and i could pull off five pounds in less than two weeks.
I've had to make weight a number of times and I like to feel like I know my body well enough to know when I am sucked out/dehydrated vs I've dropped fat. There's a definite difference in the way you feel if you have ever done it.
And I'm assuming by your lack of a response that your claimed "study after study" that indicated long term problems with a keto diet was a BS exaggeration on your part.
I'm still interested if you can produce. LINKS PLEASE.