WalnutWoodLooksGood t1_isrpplv wrote

>Yeah but changing the way you think about and relate to food is actual work and hard.

That's mostly because people, especially older (30s+, can't say I feel old yet but still) lack the basic ability to google. Their sources of information aren't reliable or well explained but they might perceive them as such. Following a diet shouldn't be hard and one planned by an actual nutritionist with the client and with a realistic goal in mind isn't going to make you miserable either.


WalnutWoodLooksGood t1_isri70w wrote

Yes, that's ludicrous. If one is overweight they should obviously work towards losing the weight but following a trendy diet is almost never the way to go. Diets are meant to be sustainable and your body does not care whether it's in keto or not if it's still getting calories in a surplus