I’ve given you a platform now, twice, for your misguided, erroneous assertions. I’ll concede that the LCHF diet is controversial, meaning it has its proponents and opponents. Clearly, we’re on opposite sides. I think anyone who wants cardio-vascular issues, hypertension, and an increased risk of cancer should look into LCHF. Anyone who wants to experiment with a diet, as I’ve mentioned here, which cannot hurt you (as you’re literally eating fruits, veggies, nuts, and seeds) can look further into what I’m suggesting, and/or at least plant-based diets. So, again, I believe people should research these things for themselves and go with whatever resonates best. I guarantee that I’ve read as much or more about nutrition than you have and, whether or not you wish I’d shut up, I’ve a right to say whatever I want.
Plant-based diets have TONS of scientific support, as do even the more hard-core raw-foods diets, if you’ll only look. But you’re quick to call all of those false and all of the pro-LCHF reports true. Thus, you’re politicizing the issue, no different from your possibly thinking that global warming is a hoax. All of those people have studies, too. How’s this for scientific support: The EU Society of Cardiology says that low-carb diets are unsafe and s/b avoided. Source: Science Daily: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/08/180828085922.htm
I’m not going to participate in additional exchanges RE this topic. You’re free to post your own opinions in your own account. I’m here to share my own experiences. The diet I’ve barely even alluded to here helped me successfully lose 75 pounds, get off medications and, really, changed mt entire life. I met others who did the same, and more, with it. Some even reversed Type 2 diabetes. (For that, research the books of Dr. Gabriel Cousens, MD). All I’ve ever heard about Atkins-type diets are complaints about chest pains. Yeah, you just don’t get that w/ fruits & veggies.