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Jillian Michaels Rants About Keto Diet: Is She Right or Wrong? || LIVE REACTION


– So that’s nothing, right? And it throws your body
into a state of emergency. That’s what ketosis is. (buzzer going off) – Hey everyone, this is Geoffrey Woo here with my colleague Dr. Brianna Stubbs. So on Twitter and on the blogosphere, people are talking about Jillian Michaels’ anti-keto rant. So our producer Zil flagged it to us and was suggesting, “Hey, “let’s do a quick live reaction video.” and we’ll watch the video and give you guys our live commentary. (electronic music) – I love the way that she’s gone for bacon straight off in there, the typical keto–
– We’ll take it. I mean, bacon, high fat. It’s a keto enthusiast staple.
– And it’s made into a nice little cross. – How do we really decipher the thousands of studies
that are out there on all of these diets? And the problem is what people will do to try to sell you a false bill of goods is take one study and blow that study out as
though it’s the entire picture, when of course it isn’t. Imagine you have a– – Nothing controversial so far. I think that’s reasonable. Let’s not over-extrapolate data. So we agree there. – Massive painting, but I only showed you this
tiny piece of the painting, but you had no idea what the hell else was going on over here. There’s no way you could
get an accurate read on if this is a sad picture, a happy picture, there’s no way you could know, correct? So when we look at keto, here’s why we’re saying, or not me, but here’s where some of the advocates are espousing benefits. Well, what are we doing with keto, right? We’re removing carbohydrates. Anything that elevates, you got about 20 grams
of carbohydrates a day that you’re ingesting, which is essentially nothing. It’s about 80 calories
worth of carbohydrates out of what could be anywhere from a 1,600 to 2,500 calorie a day diet, so that’s nothing, right? And it throws your body
into a state of emergency. That’s what ketosis is. – I would disagree with that. To rewind back, if we didn’t have ketosis, we wouldn’t exist like we do now. We have to have a way of fueling our brains and
keeping our brains going if there is no carbohydrate. So the reason that our bodies make ketones is to make big stores of energy as fat accessible to the brain. So I wouldn’t say that it’s necessarily a state of emergency. – Yeah, even a, just a more
concrete example is that newborns are in a state of
ketosis when they’re born because they’re drinking
their mother’s milk, super high in fat, a very low carbohydrate. Babies are using ketones as fuel. So unless you’re born and you’re already in
a state of emergency, then this is a very natural
physiological state. I mean, but I think everything else seems pretty correct, right? Like, the typical advice for a ketogenic diet is less than 20 grams of carbs, net carbs.
– Well, fifty, I think is the starting–
– twenty, fifty. It’s fine.
– Low, ultra low. – It is low, but that is part of the point, right? You are restricting carbohydrates. So no qualms there. Maybe we can nitpick a little
about protein and fat ratio, but overall I think
it’s a fair description of what a ketogenic diet is. – Yeah, I just think
using the word emergency is like a little alarmist in this context. – Let’s continue. – And because we don’t have
any glucose or glycogen, any blood sugar or stored blood sugar, we turn to– – Another thing that
I’d like to say is that even when you’re in ketosis your blood sugar is never zero, so she’s just saying you,
like, have no blood sugar. But even if you don’t
consume any carbohydrates, it never goes to zero. You’re gonna be bumping along, you know. It’d be really low if you
were under three millimole. Sometimes that happens, but– – Your body produces glucose
– Your body makes new glucose from the backbone of fat glycerol and also from amino acids as well. – Fat quickly. We produce ketones, and the idea is we burn through fat and we lose fat fast. And that is true, right? And you would think that
would be a good thing. And in addition, people will say, “Well, “I reversed my type 2 diabetes.” Of course, your insulin
level is through the floor. You’re consuming zero carbohydrates. So you have no blood sugar, so your pancreas is not releasing insulin. And this can also affect conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome, and by virtue of that connection, it could also affect fertility. Fair, let’s give it that. – So she’s selling it
pretty well right now. Let’s see what she’s gonna say. – There’s zero calorie
restriction of a ketogenic diet, so you have a massive
amount of oxidative stress. There’s no consideration of timing with regard to food, so your autophagy process
is totally out of whack. In addition to that– – I think we should just dive into the timing question a little bit. I think a ketogenic diet doesn’t say anything
about timing and eating, just like a standard Western diet. You can nitpick a little bit here. Like fasting in and of itself
is interesting strategy, but the composition of the food is also a separate but
important thing to talk about. But eating keto doesn’t mean that you eat a thousand, a million calories of fat all the time, either. So now I think she’s making
a little bit of a straw man. She’s making a straw man here, right? No one’s saying eat 10,000
calories of fat all the time, and that’s keto. – Yeah, I would agree with that. – In addition to that, it’s very high in animal
fats and animal proteins. So we’re seeing that diets
rich in saturated fats are poor for our telomeres. Oxidative stress, increased inflammation, your nutrient-sensing pathways that are related to the health of your metabolism are overrun with constant food, heavy fats, lots of animal protein. We know it hurts your telomeres, and on and on and on. – I think it’s actually pretty funny, because one of the benefits
of a ketogenic diet is a production of ketones, which is known to be anti-inflammatory. – Yeah, I mean, to go back to what she’s saying that I said at the very start, there’s a lot of studies out there and you don’t want to focus in on any one, but there’s certainly plenty of evidence that the ketogenic diet
can be anti-inflammatory. So I would say that she’s kind of fallen into her own trap of saying that it’s very pro-inflammatory. I think you could kind of, especially in animal models, there are times when the high fat diet can be inflammatory. Like you said, we know that ketones themselves have anti-inflammatory affects. But I’m not gonna put myself
out there and be like, “Oh, high fat diet’s always
very anti-inflammatory.” I’m sure that there are settings where they are pro-inflammatory, but there’s also a lot of reasons why the ketogenic diet could be seen as being anti-inflammatory. And also she’s talked a few
times about oxidative stress. And again we know that
ketones are really good at scavenging the reactive
oxygen species, ROS. – Yeah, so it’s funny, she’s almost taking the weaknesses or the strengths of a ketogenic diet and saying that they’re weaknesses, which is interesting. But I feel like it is a bit
of a straw man argument here in terms of comparing her version of keto, which is eat infinite
calories of fat all the time and eat some of the more unhealthier fats and conflating all of that together. – I would definitely say
that the impression I get from the way that she’s speaking is that she thinks that people just gorge and constantly,
all of the time on fat. And she’s also kind of slipped into talking quite a lot about protein, which, again you said it, ketogenic diet’s controlled
in terms of the protein. But I think the inference
is that you then eat all of the time all of the fats. And actually people on keto
tend to be more satiated and voluntarily consuming less. – Right, that’s actually one of the best parts of a ketogenic diet that a lot of advocates would claim. It’s more satiating so you wanna eat less. Absolutely. – Now, what about the benefits? Is it worth it? Let me tell ya, the number one way to sensitize somebody’s
body again to insulin is exercise. I’ve been doing this
a heck of a long time. (laughs) I’ve reversed type 2 diabetes. I’ve helped people get off all medications for type 2 diabetes and PCOS and get pregnant after
years of trying and failing through a common sense diet where we don’t eat too much. We eat real food, and we have balanced macronutrients. So I can give you all those benefits with none of the negative
side effects of keto. – She seems so dismissive. It’s like, okay, yeah, I don’t think anyone says “Don’t exercise.” – I just think a lot of these approaches are failing in our population nowadays. – Yeah, I think that everyone knows what common sense is, right? Everyone knows to go exercise more and eat a more “balanced” diet. And if you look at the
diabetes and obesity rates that’s up into the right. So I think if you go with the “common sense approach that
everyone already knows”, well, that is demonstratively failing. So there needs to be
some intervention here to change the paradigm. – And I think there’s no reason why you couldn’t combine exercise
with a ketogenic diet. There was a review published last year that talks about the
similarities and sort of metabolic benefits of
doing the two, you know, doing the two together. So I think– – Yeah, yeah, let’s continue
to see how she wraps up here. – And last thought on keto. We’re stripping our body of certain fruits (laughs) which have a ton of antioxidants
and polyphenols in them. So again, when we look at oxidative
stress and free radicals and how they’re aging us- – I think she’s making a fair point that if you are on a ketogenic diet you have to make sure that you include enough sources of micronutrients. And maybe first, outsiders
look at the keto diet would bacon and butter and steak and actually if you listen to doctors, Phinney and Volek talking about a well-formulated ketogenic diet, they really emphasize the
importance of leafy greens– – Yeah, a lot of the resources
that we write about, right? Yeah, you can have fibers, you can have leafy greens as you said. – And you know some berries and stuff as well.
– Yeah, low sugar berries. – And also nuts and other
sources of micronutrients. I think she’s raising an important point that you have to make a conscious effort to include sources of
micronutrients in a ketogenic diet and be careful with it. But again it’s not, The standard American is rich in all of these good things, anyway. It’s very heavily processed. – Yeah, I mean I think it’s like, okay, I get her point, let’s make the more
sensible but smart way to do a standard American diet, fine. We could also make the
same steel man argument of “Let’s make a sensible
well-formulated ketogenic diet”, with your leafy greens, with the nuts, with the appropriate meats and the fish to make sure you have
that micronutrient spread. I think a more smart debate would have steel man arguments on both sides, right? Don’t have the best possible
version of your debate arguing with the worst possible version of your opponent’s debate. If you’re really proud of your idea, then fight against the
best possible version of your opponent. – We need to look at antioxidant foods that
help to combat that. When you start cutting out digestive enzymes and papaya
and pineapple and mango and all of the beta carotene, which is one of the top things to help keep your telomeres long, something like keto is detrimental on so many different levels. – I’m interested as to why she’s linking antioxidants and fruits to longevity. And again you sort of mentioned that she’s picking arguments on one side and neglecting arguments on the keto side. Because there’s actually, in a couple of studies that have come out showing that calorie
restriction and ketosis and also ketogenic diets and cyclical ketogenic
diets in animal models can actually promote healthful aging. What was it, they call it? Health span and life span in mice. So I think the argument that
keto is killing you earlier in terms of, on a cellular level. Like, let’s leave aside that kind of – – There’s no data to suggest that. And, in fact, it’s the opposite data. You’re seeing longevity-expanding effects. And then I would say where’s the data on polyphenols sending life? That doesn’t exist, unless you’re talking
resveratrol or something, but, like, very small
– Yeah, there’s early stuff – Spotty stuff as well, maybe even less.
– It’s kind of much and much. – And the amount of benefit is so small, when we could take a
completely different path. Get all the benefit over here, none of the negatives over here, and all the benefits over there. – I guess we can give our
concluding thoughts here. Look, I get Jillian’s point, right? I think we gotta be controversial, gotta make some strong statements. I know it’s a four-minute video, can’t get into the nuance. I get where she’s coming from. Got a lot of hype in the keto land. You’re not necessarily gonna live forever, melt fat off your body instantly off of just eating bacon 24,7. – I think one thing to point out that she didn’t talk
about at all in the video is that keto is really, really useful for targeted clinical use cases. It’s one of the oldest treatments for drug-resistant pediatric epilepsy. There’s some really
interesting emerging data in a number of different areas, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer. To rule out keto as a really
valuable weapon in our toolkit is kind of a little short-sighted. – Yeah, and just to assuage the folks that care
about the nuance and science, keto is not going to kill you. Keto is not going to
shorten your lifespan, and there are very broad benefits for doing a properly formulated ketogenic diet. And one of the things that
I think was funny is that in the beginning she’s like, people are pushing keto
to sell you some stuff. But she’s basically
trying to sell her stuff, which is her diet book and her plan, which is kind of ironic to go ad hominem and do exactly the thing
that they’re saying. “Come “read “my strategy, my process, my book “and then that is the one true way.” That’s kind of amusing. – We’re kind of going against a tide of negative feeling towards fat that’s been around since the ’50s when Ancel Keys did the six nations, six countries, not six nations, six countries study and claimed to have found a link between saturated fat and heart disease. And ever since then, this fear of fat has been
enshrined in public policy, and the US was the first nation to publish dietary guidelines and advise that people cut back on fat. And that’s really been at the forefront of global consciousness since then. And so because a whole
generation of nutritionists and people who have studied food science have been trained with that as the lens. There are people who
don’t agree with that, but they’re in the minority. And they’re kind of seen as
kind of maybe progressive or a little bit weird and out there, but there are now people
who are starting to look at the physiology and look at the new stuff
that’s coming out around higher fat diets such as
the ketogenic diet and get away from the fact that
they’re dangerous or unhealthy. So it’s sort of, I think she’s probably
somewhat a product of her training and that generational training as well. And maybe in the future–
– But I would say that’s a discount to rational active scientists who we know that are much older than she is who are very (speaking quickly)
look at the data, right? Professor Tim Noakes who’s an older gentleman is out
there looking at the data, fighting the good fight around
the misconception there. One thing that our producer Zil flagged, I didn’t know about her background, was that she was actually a
judge on the Biggest Loser, and a coach on the Biggest Loser. So it’s funny to me, again, going ad hominem here
to make the controversy. You’re talking about selling a diet that you have monetary
ties to in your book, and you’ve been on TV shows which do weight loss strategies that just don’t work, right, if you actually look at the results, if these crash diets actually work. No, all these people
regain all their weight. So it’s hypocritical to come
out on your high platform critiquing other people to
make money off a keto diet or making false claims when you are selling a book and make money off of the Biggest Loser, which kind of makes clowns of people struggling with real weight
problems in a lot of ways. You’re telling them, “Hey, “we’re gonna make a competition “to see how much fat you can lose” so quickly, so unhealthily. And these guys pop right back
up to their normal weight after their show is over. – So I think it’s not helpful to scaremonger and to try and dissuade people for whom keto might be transformative and really really helping them lose weight and get to a place that
they’ve not ever been before. So I think it’s not necessarily for everyone, but if it works for some people, there’s absolutely no reason– – And there’s strong evidence suggesting it could work for a lot of people. Those are our thoughts
on Jillian Michaels’ Big Think video. If you like content like this, consider subscribing
to our YouTube channel. We also have a weekly
podcast called HVMN podcast where we discuss topics
like ketogenic diet and human performance broadly. Subscribe, give us your comment, give us your feedback. Thanks so much and see you guys next time. – [Brianna] Goodbye.

Randall Smitham

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56 COMMENTS

  1. HIGHLANDER Posted on February 17, 2019 at 3:41 pm

    Follow the money… 💰💰💰

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  2. Thomas Young Posted on February 18, 2019 at 5:37 am

    I don't care what she things I lost.
    60 lbs I came off of all insulin and I pay her no mind just another celeb doing mindless promotion I have had nutrition diet and disease biochemistry so I have a fair understanding of the process so go home

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  3. Peter Cunningham Posted on February 18, 2019 at 6:30 am

    Look, you can get a panel of any body to comment word for word on anything anybody says. The issue that none of these so called experts ever or maybe even rarely mention, is this issue of toxins being ingested from over consumption of fats, in particular, nitrate cured and high nitrogenous foods which can include the way in which some vegetables are grown not the vegetables themselves. These two children commenting on Ms Michaels opinions are simply duped by science ,big Pharma and the medical system. Bacon , according to any scientific study is among the highest carcinogenic foods in our food chain along with most cured meats. The way pigs are raised and interfered with genetically and with hormone and antibiotic applications right up to the abject cruelty in their slaughtering not to mention the chemical curing of their already toxic meat, is frankly appalling and this is simply the case with all commercial animal marketing. Fat of any kind is the garbage dump for the lymphatic system; all animals even if they are raised correctly or captured in their wild state and that includes us, manifest environmental and ingested toxins in their lymph system s which are stored around the body in fatty tissue. Leave Ms Michaels alone she doesn't have to be qualified as this or that " expert" and I for one appreciate her candor in shedding some objection to the consummate madness around eating large quantities of meat fish and poultry or even small but regular consumption or these items, despite the fact that I'm neither Vegetarian or vegan or any such derivative and that this diet is thinly veiled as healthy is just another marketing joke pitched at an unsuspecting and increasingly narcissistic public.

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  4. Bernie Choy Posted on February 18, 2019 at 9:50 am

    I agree that a whole foods approach is good and I have nothing against keto. However the fact that she says "I can do this for you" makes me think Jillian is just trying to disguise a marketing ploy as "educational".

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  5. DannyB1954 Posted on February 19, 2019 at 1:16 am

    Studies are interesting but I prefer results. 6 months on KETO and ALL of my blood work is better, ( I have it done every 4 months). So good are the results, I have don't need diabetic medication to control my blood sugar level. My triglycerides went from 174 to 100, (this is fat in the blood), Hdl went up. I lost 25 lbs. Starting at 195 that is a pretty good amount.
    I wonder how many of her clients kept off the weight without hitting the gym for hours a day. Common sense is something that fools believe in. My beliefs are common sense, yours are foolishness. Common sense was butter was bad, margarine is good, eggs are bad, grains are good.
    The best way to lower insulin resistance is to lower insulin levels by lowering the blood sugar. Her anti KETO position seems to be motivated by her own greed.

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  6. Eugene Baek Posted on February 19, 2019 at 5:29 pm

    Not all clowns wear goofy shoes and make animal balloons.

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  7. Will D Posted on February 21, 2019 at 6:26 pm

    I probably missed the point here but I don't see how doing keto and no longer being diabetic is a problem …obviously seems to be a problem for Jillian Michaels

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  8. Random Person Posted on February 23, 2019 at 1:39 am

    The state of emergency she's not telling you……, is that the body…. when in ketosis is noticing it's not getting all the sugar from carbs and sweets. 🤣 for her to say that is laughable to me because once your body can't run high and low on sugar, which is and addiction like cigarettes (and we all know what happens when we take something away….the body is addicted to…. that's not good for us. )
    It reacts. That is not always bad. In ketosis the body suddenly has to find a new source of energy. Guess where it gets it? From your stored FAT source. The body can run on its stored fat but if we keep eating processed carbs and sugar most body's will hang on to that fat and no matter what the poor person does, they can't loose the weight stored as fat. These people are usually in their upper 40s and 50 but not necessarily because even young people who've packed on fat due to poor diet will also have a difficult time. And we all know kids are addicted to sugar.
    Just recently I listened to an interview by Dr. Berg with a past contestant from the biggest looser. He said they ate a monitored diet and exercised 40 hours a week to loose the weight!!! How many people realistically have time to do that? This man although appreciative of the experience in time gained his weight back because he didn't have time to exercise 40 hours a week even when he continued to eat healthy. Most of us work a 40 hr. a week job. Now this man eats a ketogenic diet and the weight is coming back off with regular exercise.
    I think the real emergency is the one Michael's and other health experts are feeling. Their pocket books.

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  9. Random Person Posted on February 23, 2019 at 1:55 am

    If you notice she say's these things with no explanation as to what she really means, it's Vague but people think , "OH NO , THAT SOUNDS HORRIBLE.!"😱 its deceptive.

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  10. Diana Lowe Posted on February 25, 2019 at 5:19 pm

    Very good video conversation. I wish she would actually make eye contact with the camera. It seem like she is just being rude, and not acknowledging that we are watching. Things like that would just make me walk away, like why I'm I even here. I don't have time for 3rd wheel conversation. Lmao

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  11. c7i6abc Posted on February 27, 2019 at 3:53 pm

    She posted this bs and hasn't come back to view the feedback, that's my bet.

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  12. mike mailei Posted on March 11, 2019 at 12:52 pm

    she wants to stay skinny and everybody get fat and lose money! smh

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  13. ken Nyaga Posted on March 18, 2019 at 4:29 pm

    well facts dont lie

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  14. A.F.S. Posted on March 25, 2019 at 3:30 am

    Keto is LEGIT….lowered my BP to normal range, reduced my fasting blood sugar 15 points down to 80, and took 10 lbs off my mid section…..it is a bona fide life changer! And to be honest, I am not folwing it to the T,,,,I quit all sugar and reduced my carbs significantly and within 4 weeks, all my vitals improved. 💪

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  15. foliveira1 Posted on March 25, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    I think she doesnt understand nothing about Keto. She should study first.

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  16. Silvia Leon Posted on March 28, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    Omg ! JM will be poor so fast ! Even thought she ends up supporting Keto NOBODY WILL BELIEVE HER BECAUSE WE WILL THINK SHE CHANGE HER MIND BECAUSE OF THE MONEY ! I feel so embarrassed for her ! This is so horrible.

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  17. VOIP Portland Posted on April 12, 2019 at 4:48 pm

    Bimbo thot. Probably a great $35/hr personal trainer but has no place giving nutritional advice.

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  18. Nicole Walters Posted on April 16, 2019 at 3:21 pm

    Where are the biggest losers now? She is angry

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  19. Dinner's Ready Posted on April 19, 2019 at 5:24 pm

    What study is she referring to? She provides zero facts from any reputable documents. She's not a doctor, she's an exercise coach. This has NOTHING to do with ANYTHING but cutting into her income.

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  20. Tankzilla Posted on April 23, 2019 at 6:55 am

    Jillian Michaels IS the biggest loser. What a hack.

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  21. Lola Kathol Posted on April 29, 2019 at 1:30 pm

    I’ve really never liked Jillian Michaels. To me she comes off as phony!! I don’t like her attitude! Especially in this video. I’ve seen her in many interviews, and although she is knowledgeable on fitness, she knows much to nothing on the keto diet! I am sure she is loosing profits, that’s why she’s cutting down the keto diet.

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  22. Tami ta Tango too Posted on May 1, 2019 at 10:57 pm

    I think you guys are doing a great job on your interview with each other. And she, Jillian Michaels sounds a bit crazy. She obviously is trying to back up her beliefs that she has been pushing for decades. She doesn’t want anything getting in the way of that and making her look a fool. But it is obvious she has not paid any attention to the research that has been being done about ketogenic dieting,.. The doctor that I noticed you guys did not mention but that doesn’t mean anything really, is “Dr. Eric Berg” he is extremely balanced when it comes to the ketogenic diet and one that many people should be listening to.

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  23. Graham Leupp Posted on May 2, 2019 at 4:20 am

    One of the best ways to tell how strong a persons argument is is to see how they react to others who claim to be proof against it. In Jillians case, I saw an interview where she said that the people who talk about keto working for them being 'just bots.'

    Thats a really lazy way to shut down debate; claim the other side isnt even human therefore not even worth addressing. I was willing to at least listen to what she had to say….until I saw that.

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  24. BOB S Posted on May 8, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    She is as well as weight watchers and others are so monetarily affected by the keto diet.

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  25. WAHB 50YY Posted on May 9, 2019 at 10:00 pm

    We all moved on from the 90s fitness culture. Things evolve and new realities come in to play. Now we know more stuff and better than we knew 20 years ago and it's only normal. However, It seems like Jillian Michaels is still stuck in the 90. If she was smart, she should have adapted to the new and more effective ways of planning a sound and healthy nutrition. Too bad, she is shooting herself in the foot because Keto is going nowhere!

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  26. healthshack Posted on May 10, 2019 at 11:52 pm

    this is the same person who got caught sneaking diet pills to her group on the Biggest Loser and making people work out for ridiculous amounts of time to drop weight quick. Great job Jillian and by the way, how many of your people that went through the Biggest Loser kept off all that weight? You are a fraud!

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  27. J M Posted on May 13, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    Lost 22 lbs in 3 months. No working out. Jillian, you're wrong.

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  28. Azz Whole Posted on May 17, 2019 at 6:55 pm

    Anybody else think she looks like she used to be a man?

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  29. TheSuperHarrygeorge Posted on May 24, 2019 at 9:18 pm

    She needs to go do her research . May actually learn something. !

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  30. Lucia Seacreature Posted on May 26, 2019 at 4:31 pm

    you guys need to make a stronger come back to prove this woman is making a lot of fake comments… she is making a lot of fake comments based on zero studies (studies from her head) and you did a poor job of arguing against her

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  31. Annette Fowler Posted on May 28, 2019 at 1:24 am

    WELL DONE TO PUT THIS VIDEO OUT. FASTING AND KETO HAS SAVED MY LIFE

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  32. Billy97 Posted on June 2, 2019 at 5:42 pm

    So, mangoes and papayas are essential foods? How did people survive before the diesel truck and the reefer van?

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  33. ruthomom Posted on June 5, 2019 at 4:01 pm

    Oh thats's Jillian the dike, I didn't remember her

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  34. Shannon Allen Posted on June 12, 2019 at 2:52 am

    Love the implied assumption that you eat like a pig on Keto and don’t eat real food. Keto stresses eating “real” food as much as possible. Most processed food are dirty Keto IF they fit in with Keto at all. Also, does she understand the difference between 20 carbs and 20 net carbs I wonder?

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  35. Rodney Ratcliffe Posted on June 18, 2019 at 11:18 am

    EVERYONE STICK WITH KETO YOU CAN'T GO WRONG! She is the biggest loser lol…

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  36. Antonio Keledjian Posted on June 24, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    Let’s have compassion for her she learned all the wrong past ways that the comercial world new in the past let’s hope she will take time to learn. She has no training of the truth !!

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  37. moliati huang Posted on June 26, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    She sells soda and fat burner pills…

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  38. Mine craft123 Posted on July 21, 2019 at 6:10 am

    hate it or not i lost 18 kilo in 2 months dont listen to this dumb ef keep researching keto and omad

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  39. Xtreme Scratchers Posted on July 22, 2019 at 12:58 am

    You guys are really being too nice when it comes to Julian Michael's….

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  40. neomt2 Posted on July 25, 2019 at 8:19 am

    You need to do Keto WITH Intermittent Fasting – not without

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  41. Christina Perry Posted on July 25, 2019 at 10:00 pm

    She also endorses popcrisps…

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  42. SuperDoggy99 Posted on July 29, 2019 at 4:48 pm

    Nothing more hilarious than listening to Jillian Michaels spew out buzzwords in some kind of word salad in order to appear knowledgeable to her fans. It's such a scam, and she should be ashamed.

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  43. Vinh Nguyen Posted on August 1, 2019 at 11:02 pm

    Jillian Michaels just makes herself look more and more like a fool every time she goes on you tube and tries to say negative things about the Keto diet. The Keto diet has proven to help people loose weight and keep it off. People who don't know about the Keto diet say all you eat is fats. But, if you really do your study and actually use the Keto diet you will understand it is more than that. I for one am doing a Keto diet, and I have to say it is the best diet or should I say a healthy way of eating. I use to buy into what society and the media have been saying for decades that fats are bad for you, but after watching Dr. Berg, Thomas Delauer, and doing my own study I realized all these years I have been doing it all wrong. I have to say for the couple of months that I have switched over to the Keto diet, I have seen results and have felt so much better. She is just trying to talk bad about the Keto diet because she wants to promote her own diet, which does not work. The facts do not lie. LOL

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  44. Michaela Maestas Posted on August 3, 2019 at 4:37 pm

    Jillian Michaels is a CARBoholic ,, she herself is addicted to carbs .. She sells all kinds of bag of goods LOL

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  45. eamg77 Posted on August 4, 2019 at 11:38 pm

    BIG LOSER‼️WHAT A WAY TO MAKE MONEY BIG LOSER‼️😂🤣😆😅

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  46. JoAnn Siravo Posted on August 9, 2019 at 1:11 am

    Sorry i have to agree with her. Any term ending in "osis" is a crisis condition. I hate to see the cholesterol levels in keto eaters in 10 years. Moderation is key.

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  47. Tiwi Dub Posted on August 14, 2019 at 11:06 am

    She absolutely doesn't know what she's talking about ! WRONG, WRONG, WRONG !! Keto is just not good for her business, that's all.

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  48. Kathleen Conway Posted on August 18, 2019 at 7:30 pm

    What people have reversed their diabetes with her,I am a dental hygienist and the inflammation in my hands is so much better ! Keto has reversed my osteo arthritis as well as lossing #30 lbs! She can’t sell anyone the carb full way of eating!

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  49. Ann Posted on August 18, 2019 at 11:17 pm

    How can reversing disease be a bad thing? Keeping the insulin hormone low and resting the pancreas allows the body to burn fat. Another good thing. It’s obvious she doesn’t know much about keto. It seems like she’s stuck in the past.

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  50. Luv2Fly Posted on August 21, 2019 at 11:32 pm

    I'm 54 yo. When I was 38, move more eat less worked. When I was 50 I did the same program and 2500km of mountain biking all summer left me hungry and I lost no weight. I discovered keto, and lost weight with almost no hunger. No doubt I was insulin resistant and the ultra low carb allowed me access to fat burning which carbs/insulin lock out. She's pretty and has the great genetics but it ends there. Opinionated, misinformed and short sighted. Keto diet follows medical science and works. Reduce insulin and you reduce inflammation and enable fat burning. Listen to Dr. Jason Fung, Stephen Phinney, Peter Attia, Benjamin Bikman, Robert Lustig. They're doctors and Phd's and they will steer you in the right direction. She's just pretty and misinformed.

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  51. David Propman Posted on August 28, 2019 at 12:50 pm

    HI Jillian, please stop telling shit and show the evidence. Please listen to the doctors and physiologist and you will learn about how our body really works. Listen to Phd. Benjamin Birkman, Dr. Paul Mason…. If you have some evidence please present them, in the meanwhile, please listen and learn:

    https://youtu.be/3zX3tfuKIlo

    https://youtu.be/3zX3tfuKIlo

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  52. 다미최 Posted on September 6, 2019 at 12:37 am

    come on everyone lets find out who is paying this women to spout all this rubbish someone must be paying her

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  53. Jenroxx Posted on September 6, 2019 at 7:49 pm

    Thanks. We need unbiased opinions about all this.

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  54. Cecilia Segura Posted on September 7, 2019 at 8:08 am

    Lady, someone should tell you that your eyes gave you away! need a trainer to teach you that trick!

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  55. D K Posted on September 10, 2019 at 3:16 pm

    Anyone that actually knows about Keto knows that jillian Michaels is completely wrong. Anything bad she speaks of regarding keto, is only when keto is done wrong. Keto isn't just eating meats and cheeses. Her nutrition and training programs are basic and no one buys her stuff anymore so she attacks Thomas delauer and the keto diet to try to sell her stuff. This false knowledge will get her a couple paychecks this year but then she'll die off again. Don't believe her fake science keto videos.

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  56. Sherry Dennis Posted on September 16, 2019 at 10:34 pm

    I think these 2 hosts are WAY too generous toward Jillian. She has clearly been coached and paid on what to say by the food industry and her own people who make money from buying her supplements, books, SodaStream, etc. Her statements make you suspicious of Keto by spewing a lot of word salads. She has to be careful after the scandal with The Biggest Loser show. I feel sorry for all of those people who've gained the weight back AND it damaged their metabolism permanently.

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