I don't discuss diet stuff all that much, but I've been doing keto about a year. When I stick to it, I lose weight reliably and am slowly approaching a more healthy weight.
What's equally important isn't just eating more fat, but the sources of my food. Eating less processed food, fewer artificial colors/flavors, more healthy oils, and (especially important for keto people to hear) less processed/artificial fiber.
These are key parts of what makes keto a healthy diet, not just more fat.
My personal Physician - saved my life a few years back, bringing my colesterol down to normal levels from over 300, and got me off of crestor and lipitor forever.
Never mind the weight loss, as you emphasized, just focus on being healthy and the rest will follow suit :)
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