Correct. Nuh-uh is not an argument. I don’t see where you are getting that from anything I said. That’s also not indicating false equivalence.
I never said “deficient in magnesium” either. I actually was thinking of sodium, which you may be aware people are recommended to up their sodium intake by 1g when going keto (and which I mentioned specifically a gram, you don’t need to up magnesium by a gram).
Keto dieters aren’t deficient in sodium or other salts as long as they get them as part of the diet, whether from food and salting food or from supplements. Vegans aren’t deficient in B12 as long as they get them as part of the diet, whether from food or from supplements.
I’ve been saying the entire time, when supplements are considered part of the diet, it’s all self contained and doesn’t refute whether a thing is healthy or not in terms of physical health based on results.
If a particular person would rather achieve a healthy diet without supplements, that’s all well and good, that’s accomplishing a different goal though other than strictly physical health. Similarly, if a ketoer wants to include salt on their food or even supplements of sodium, potassium or magnesium, or anything else for that matter, that shouldn’t change whether or not their diet is considered healthy in that same sense. It may not achieve an additional goal of “not supplementing” but that doesn’t impact whether or not a thing is healthy by definition.
EDIT: I see I didn’t mention the extra gram in this thread, I was confusing that with a different recent discussion where I mentioned the gram of sodium. So, to clarify, I was thinking of sodium, but hence salting food (I don’t know if anyone is salting their food with magnesium, but if you are, sorry for the confusion).