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What's funny is you think its some hot trend when people have lived sustainably on this diet for decades
Yes, except it was called Dr. Atkins diet and all those people are dead from heart attacks.
Practically anyone who loses significant amounts of body fat is better off in terms of cardiovascular health than they were when they were overweight, even if they still eat a lot of fatty foods. Assuming they keep the weight off, of course.