I would be VERY much interested in knowing "how much carbs" gets you from "high fat / low carb is super healthy" to "high fat / high carbs is a disaster to your health"
I'm NOT asking, "how much carbs to make sure I stay in ketosis"… that's roughly 20gr/day (give or take person to person)
Assuming I don't care whether I'm in nutritional ketosis or not.
Assuming I consume moderate proteins: 1gr/kg of LBM
Assuming I consume a very high % of my caloric intake as FAT (70%+)
At when level of carbs does this go from a great diet to a dangerous diet ? 20gr? ("have to" be in ketosis otherwise it's dangerous) 50gr? 100 gr? 200 gr?
I hear all the time that "high fat / high carb" is bad.
But I asked this same question multiple times, but only got answers that avoid the question.
I'm not asking for myself. I easily keep to below 20gr/day and I count "total" carbs.
I'm asking because my wife and 10 yo son are both eating "mostly" keto. That is, they eat what I cook for myself.
But then they also eat sugary deserts, wheat wraps, fruits, the occasional candy, non-keto ice cream, etc.
I don't want to be killing them while I'm getting healthy.
Is a high fat diet a "commit 100% and keep carbs under 20gr/day" OR "don't do it as it will kill you" type deal ?