Andy Cohen, Jillian Michaels and Al Roker.
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Maybe you've heard, or maybe you don't, but a lot of celebrities from different walks of life – including Today Show hosted Al Roker, celebrity trainer Jillian Michaels and Vinny from Jersey Shore aka KETOGUIDO – is currently entering the second week of a passionate sweep over the keto diet.
Don't worry if absolutely none of that makes sense; We are here breaking down every absurd detail.
The ketogenic diet or "keto" diet is a high fat low carb diet that became popular early last year after killing endorsements from celebrities such as Kourtney Kardashian and Tim Tebow. It has been described as a "detox" that allows you to eat food like whipped cream and cheese; The essence of the diet is that you cut carbohydrates and eat fats instead.
The diet has received a lot of study, especially after some people experienced ketosis, which is what happens when you stop giving your body carbohydrates. This division into meaning leads us to our celebrity feast.
Along with many nutritionists, Jillian Michael's question is about the keto diet. Last week, she called the diet a "bad idea" for "one million reasons" for Women & # 39; s Health and has since gone on several occasions about it. In a video for SHAPE she explained the essential structure of our cells and simply completed his anti-keto monologue simply: "If you want to see your best, feel the best and live your longest, then it is not diet for you. "
Michael's comments sent the celebrity universe's outer hemispheres to a dizziness – especially those who say they have seen positive results from trying the diet. And things have become completely personal! On Twitter, Al Roker Michaels called "a woman who promoted on camera bullying, deprivation, manipulation and more weekly in weight loss."
Roker also explained his contempt for Michael's comments with his Today Show co-hosts on Friday By using the tried and true method of "both sides" to make its point. "There is science on both sides that says it's not a good idea and science that says it's a good idea," Roker said. "I think it's up to people – with their doctor, with their doctor."
Glad you asked. Last week, Andy Cohen made Michael's "Jackhole of the Day" on his show Watch what happens Live : "Don't feel bad, keto diet," Cohen said. "Many people think that Jillian Michaels is a bad idea." Yikes!
In addition, Vinny Guadagnino of sent Jersey Shore fame before and after pictures to his Instagram account – the right and sincere @ketoguido – with the picture "sorry Jill #ketoguido."
Comprehensive! She responded personally to Cohen and Roker's comments with posts on Twitter. "First of all, I respect you a lot," she told the smoker in a video. "… and if you want to debate the science of keto, let's do it."
She simply thanked Cohen for helping her "single handedly" sells several copies of her new book.
And in a video sent to TMZ on Tuesday, Michael explained the structure of the human cell and argued that the backrest had much to do with it The fact that the diet is supported by billions of dollar marks. "At the most basic level, it should be a common sense that this diet is not ideal," she said. She also urged all her critics to debate with her personally. So far no publicly accepted offer.
It's hard to say why a celebrity trainer takes a diet that causes other famous people to go into aggressive state of defense.
Whether you are starting a diet or changes to your lifestyle, please do not consult any celebrities for your decision – no matter how convincing or malicious they are in a feud. Just talk to your doctor.