Anyone see that diet debate on dateline?
I was very saddened with the amount of misinformation they presented.
They were all against high protein/high fat diets diets saying they don't help with fat loss. Basically they were saying Ketosis type diets don't work.
Instead the one reporter was recommending a high carb, low fat diet.
Another dietician said eating lots of protein everyday will cause kidney problems in a few years..
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yea, I was yelling bullshit during that ladies thing about kidney problems, lol.
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Where was the Misinformation Ninja while all this was happening?
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Ah geese, I've had enough of the crap the media portrays to the public in regards to fitness and dieting.
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Ok, I didn't see it, but eating excessive protein is hard on the kidneys. and a low-fat/high-carb approach will work just as well as low-carb/high-fat.
I don't know why they said keto diets don't work, are you sure they just didn't talk about the health risks and the fact that there may be a rebound weight gain and from that they are saying that the diet "doesn't work".