not agreeing here ... but that 's just my personal experience. You still need to know how much calories you more or less take. I do Keto and IF. I thought, I eat clean, no sugars, no carbs even, so, like most said, you don't have to watch your calories, so ... i took more cheese, nuts and sausages.... was all about insulin right? And with keto, no ins…
Jan Peter van Popta
The article seemed geared as advice for the average person but using extreme athletes like Olympians, for examples, is really misleading. Those people train and train HARD. They need the calories and variety of foods, supplements to compensate for the work they do. They also have trainers, recovery specialists, and nutritionists.
Also, the calorie thing. Everyone needs some clue as to how many calories they are taking in, too low or too high. My boyfriend's daughter has a metabolism off the charts and has a physical job. She requires thousands of calories a day in order to sustain. Else she drops weight. And she is already thin (natural ectomorph).
Thank you for your insights.