Amy Berger has put this up on the Tuit Nutrition site: “Stop Following a Medically Therapeutic Diet “Just 'Cuz” (a.k.a. The Keto Train to CrazyTown)”
tl;dr Seems like she wants to say that everyone should figure out their own level of keto/LC/LCHF. That is what I heard people saying three years ago when I started out…
Here’s a quote that stands out for me:
So here’s the deal: carbohydrate restriction prompts the body to start running on fat. It’s not the presence of large amounts of dietary fat that makes us burn fat; it’s the absence of carbohydrates.
Stated another way:
Ketosis is achieved by what is not in the diet, not by what is. It is the absence of appreciable amounts of carbohydrate that results in ketosis, not the presence of copious amounts of fat.