I like your interviews however it is distracting having you guys constantly looking off to your left.
Suzanne, I love you and you have truly inspired me to go the Keto route. But please become aware of how much you say “like”. It distracts from your valuable message!
My heart breaks hearing this subtle fat shaming coming from some of my keto role models! There’s a noticeable criticism in Megan’s opinion about fat shaming and inclusive sizes. As a community, we need to be uplifting each other no matter what stage you’re in. I was obese and depressed before keto, it wasn’t until I learned and fully believed in body positivity and that I was enough that I felt worthy of healing my body. Keto has been amazing for me for so much more than weight loss and hope that people starting their journey know that all bodies are worthy bodies of selflove and certainly clothing!
Everything in this video is so true! I totally relate to so many different points that you all discussed in this video.
I don’t agree with limiting salt intake on keto. Your body releases excessive amounts of sodium on keto. The keto experts even recommend consuming high quality salt throughout the day. It is not going to make you consume more calories contrary to Matt’s assertion.
One reason keto is effective is because it is a diet consisting of satisfying and delicious food, and nearly a copy recipe for every non diet food. It feels like your not depriving yourself.
If I had a dollar for each “like” in this one I’d be able to afford to buy Defy crackers.
Hey Megha! Your opinion on dress sizes.. I grew up overweight and spent most of my 20s and 30s in a country that didn’t have larger dress sizes, which meant I either needed to shell out a lot of money or go thru heartache and disappointment for not being able to find anything that fit. There were times I went home crying after 4-5 hrs of trying to shop. And I was only a UK size 18. Trust me.. that made me want to go home and binge.. Because losing weight wasn’t easy by a mile, I tried and failed many many times. When I moved to UK and suddenly I could dress well without a lot of effort, it was a load off my mind! Not being conscious about what I was wearing every day and not having to justify why I couldn’t change my style over and over again, was SUCH a relief! I realized how much I obsessed about it before and if I wasn’t obsessing I would be doing something to forget I had issues like binge eat or drink. So no.. everyone should have access to clothes they want to wear that fit them.
On another note.. I’m glad I discovered that keto works for me and today I’m a size UK 10. Keto Connect was a big part of that journey, so THANK YOU MEGHA & MATT!! 🙂
The keto diet for me was such an amazing decision in my life and that it really work for me, this feels amazing and is incredible how i was able to lose over 35 pounds in only one month
Even someone that is in need of 5 – X clothes deserves to have that available to them. You have know idea of the life that that person has had that took them on the path to being a large person. Of course they should look for ways to get better; but the misinformation out there that comes from BIG FOOD companies should take a large portion of the blame for where our society is. They are guilty of making horrible food even more addictive.
I was 330 lbs and was smelly…even though I showered every day and more in the summer….sleep problems….finding modern clothes….I went on Keto as I saw the difference in a relative….now 217 lbs and feeling great…must make this a lifestyle….
hgbarmann x, great job. Are you going to go on to achieve a BMI of below 30% You have done great. Please do keep it off. 🙂
Interview ideas – Dr. Ken Berry, Tom Delauer, Dr. Paul Saladino
LOVE your channel, but boy was I disappointed to hear Megha’s refusal to criticize, and seeming encouragement for cruel treatment of heavier people. However they got there, people who are trying to change their lives should not be deprived of clothing sizes that fit or of expecting not to be treated poorly. Matt, I felt, at least attempted some empathy and understanding for both sides of the issue.
Kristen Skaff yeah people who haven’t been chronically fat and frustrated their entire lives don’t get it.
Nice! I love Suzanne! Love both her book!!! I met her at a Fairfax demo cooking spot!! My Fav!
This interview is excellent. I really enjoy all your content.