In the second part of LCHF story, I'll write about the psychosocial aspect of LCHF, difficulties of adhering to the diet, cheat meals as a consequence of it, anecdotes, and exclusiveness of the LCHF community.
Colleague of mine, Margareta Bolarić, mag. nutr., wrote an article fro nutricionizam.hr about diet for oncology patients. Margareta works in Everything for Her Association where she counsels women with a cancer diagnosis. You will notice that I share with Margareta the same common sense approach about nutrition.
the other day I remained speechless after reading an email from a client who changed his mind about our collaboration before it even began. She got scared of time and energy investment in the necessary change. I realized there's something wrong in the way people perceive healthy diet and nutritionists and decided to put in on paper.
You know those statements that make your hair stand on end when you hear them because you know they're wrong, you're aware they're easy to utter, and to confute them you should invest twice as much time and energy. One of these is the absurdly reductive „Diet should be moderate and you should eat a bit of everything.“