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Published 4 years ago by LacquerCritic with 4 Comments

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  • Gozzin (edited 4 years ago)
    +3

    only 80 grams of carbohydrates

    Only!? That's an absurd amount of carbs in my humble opinion.

    The low energy I was experiencing by the end of each day is totally common for low-carb diets.

    Nope. As I said above,that's not low carb.

    “If someone does do this long term, the saturated fat is pretty high,”

    The sat. fat is not the problem,it's the carbs that are the problem. And no, you don't need those hearthealthygrains.

    • AdelleChattre (edited 4 years ago)
      +5

      Someone might. Some people need more energy than carb-free diets provide, right? Ketone energy's great, but sharply finite, right?

    • LacquerCritic
      +3

      Anything below 100g of carbs a day is considered low carb (and is, for the average person). Below 50g/30g/20g (people argue) is ketogenic.

  • AnitaClark
    +2

    An interesting concept and the article was actually informative and entertaining. Not sure I could go 10 days eating the same thing...especially if it was just Ice Cream.

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