Zero carbs for ten years

Here’s a success story I stumbled upon on Twitter.


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  • Keto pasta with blue cheese sauceMon
  • Creamy low-carb broccoli and leek soupTue
  • Low-carb eggplant gratinWed
  • Keto avocado pieThu
  • Low-carb mushroom cauliflower risottoFri
  • Low-carb cauliflower pizza with artichokesSat
  • Keto spinach and goat-cheese pieSun

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  1. luke
    what you are offering isn't what Kelly did/is doing.
  2. Diana
    Kelly looks very underweight to me. I think she has a distorted image of her self. There is no reason why she couldn't eat low carb vegetables. Humans are omnivorous for the most part except Eskimos and they are genetically pre disposed to survive that way. She could have had the same fertile results eating low carb, grain free and vegetables with some occasional low carb berries. God that has to be a boring diet. All meat, eggs and cheese all the time.
  3. PJM
    The amount of vegetables pre-agricultural societies is nowhere modern consumption levels. Outside the tropics (and perhaps even there), animal foods were the primary source of nutrition. We been evolving towards being carnivores for a long time.
  4. Clint
    No, I don't want to do what Kelly did because it's ZERO carb. Is there a change of which we need to be aware, because that's not what this site is promotiing last time I checked.
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  6. RR
    Love it. The truth is our diet was ONLY fat and protein for thousands of years. DNA does not change in that time frame. We are adaptable creatures... so we survive -- but to say this is wrong is wrong. :) Scientifically / historically speaking --- our diets were mainly FAT. We were in fact scavengers that could eat bone marrow because we had the smarts to break bones. (not pretty but true....) :)
  7. Lisa
    I just read her entire blog and I'm captivated. She said veggies gave her IBS and when off all carbs, she thrives. So interesting. Not everyone can tolerate the lectin levels in plant foods.
  8. Human
    Same for me, follow zero carb diet, cause I can't tolerate veggies and berries. Eggs, meat, poultry and butter plus some salt, species. That's enough and that's not boring, feel great.
  9. Maria
    Plant free since 2 years - love it! Easy peasy. What's for breakfast? Meat! Lunch? Meat? DInner? Meat! And drinking: water. That's it folks! :)
  10. Michael
    I eat very little veggies most heavy cream, fat meats nut oils(black walnut and pistachio oils ate my favs), lean meats with added oils like the above, as well as, unrefined coconut oil, Cocoa butter tallow fresh lard and eggs ratio three yolks to one white( (it takes the protien of one yolk to assmilate the nutrients in the white part so I add two more yolk). I quit sugar. I use pyure organic stevia with erythritol and stevia drops. Very few veggies.
    Lost 220 pounds so far. BMI 26.1. DOC said yesterday. No exersize other than walking a few miles daily.
    I weighed in at 188lbs with jeans and shies with keys, wallet and phone on me and i'm still losing. I feel great
  11. Smith
    I am concerned that Dietdoctor is sharing this information with us. Zero carbs isn't a balanced way to eat, and not even what is described on this site. I typically appreciate this site for promoting health, but find Kelly looks underweight and associate how she looks with an eating disorder. Care needs to be taken to promote health not just skinnyness. As a woman, I don't want to see women who look like this (and to be encouraged to look like this), I want to see women who's health shines through their happy face, with a reduction in health problems and a normal body composition.
  12. Hope
    I think she looks far too skinny, but, if she feels great and is healthy, more power to her. I myself do better with very little carbs- but it's hard to do.
  13. CK
    Aren’t some carbs necessary for serotonin production?

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