That article reads off like a personal opinion(instantly invalidated) with no scientific basis nor does it elude to the negatives from sustained gluconeogenesis.
Also, the fact, fat is an inefficient fuel as stated earlier.
Read the article, especially the part about the mitochondria.
BTW, I'm not starving and my body is running just fine on ketones, thankyouverymuch. Ketosis brings the benefits of calorie restriction to the table without the negative consequences, like starvation.
Are you serious? There is no way anyone can take this crap seriously, just no way.Except here's the dirty little secret about glucose - when you look at the amount of garbage leftover in the mitochondria
There are no benefits to calorie restriction, the perceived benefits are just due to minimized fat from PUFA.
Yeah, we know, Derp. Everything bad that has ever happened on this planet in directly ascribable to excess PUFA.
If only we figured it out earlier, then we wouldn't have such an epidemic of obesity, diabetes, etc; despite being the lowest carb and highest fat consuming country. Damn that pesky insulin!!!!!