- Jillian Michaels, 44, received a ton of reaction for her criticism of the keto diet.
- Al Roker said that the fitness trainer was a bully.
- Andy Cohen, who previously called the diet "silly," said Jillian is a "bad idea."
Earlier this week, Jillian Michaels, 44, criticized the diet keto in a video for The health of women
"You're dying of hunger," he said in the video. Instead, he urged us to use "common sense" when you're eating, avoiding processed sugars and grains, clinging to whole foods and eating lots of vegetables.
But now, the famous keto diet fans are shooting.
Al Roker, who has said in TODAY that He has been on the diet since September, he tweeted in the former The biggest loser Coach with some words of choice.
"So, @JillianMIchaels, says #Keto is a bad idea," Al wrote. "This is from a woman who promoted camera bullying, deprivation, manipulation and more weekly in the name of weight loss. They sound like bad ideas. "
the TODAY show host continued talking about his keto views on the air. "My point is, what works for you, it works for you", he said. There's science on both sides that says it's not a great idea and science that says it's a great idea. "
Andy Cohen agrees. the See what happens live with Andy Cohen The host, who previously criticized the diet, intervened on the comments of Jillian Keto. He even anointed her as the "cat hole of the day."
"Do not feel bad, diet keto," said the host, Jillian's criticism. However, her disagreement with Jillian is a bit surprising, since Andy told Savannah Guthrie that her choice to be on the diet was "silly" … while she was a guest on her show.
It is important to keep in mind that Jillian does not believe that the diet is totally useless, she simply does not believe that it is sustainable (which is important for the lasting results of weight loss), according to a post she wrote for her personal website in April .
The sustainability of the keto diet (or the lack of it) is something that many registered dietitians agree with.
Some R.D.s even think that the diet could have some quite different disadvantages, especially if it is done incorrectly (think: eat lots of saturated fats instead of healthy unsaturated fats), which could raise your cholesterol levels.
It is also important: "The diet will not support good bones, a healthy brain, heart, colon or intestinal microbiome," said Sonya Angelone, R.D., spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The health of women.
So who is right when it comes to the keto diet? Honestly, only time will tell.
Aryelle Siclait is an editorial badistant for Women & # 39; s Health.