Now, it is some time I have not followed scientific papers on keto, and trying to read all the posts here is a daunting task.
Might, then, ask what is the current scientific consensus on:
Protein consumption, high or low: I remember Valter Longo and David Sinclair used to argue for low protein consumption, due to mTOR and AMPK issues (at least, from 30 years old to 65, more or less). But here many people are carnivores, so I guess their protein consumption is high (and of the type of protein the “longevists” argue is worse, i.e. red meat). Are there results about this issue?
Cycling keto: Mankind has spent most of its existence under the yearly cycles. So I guess our bodies are more or less used to be in keto for autumn and winter, and out of keto in spring and summer. But instead, most people are either on the keto side or on the non-keto side “always” (granted, there are people who do keto cycling, but this is a weekly cycle, not a yearly one). Are there results suggesting a yearly cycle is good/not-good?