This article does such a great job of explaining just exactly WHY nutrition doesn't really need to be NEARLY as complicated as some would like us to believe it needs to be. I admit, I have been guilty of one of his points on the list (not the coffee one in case you were wondering). And although for a time I was pretty strict with my list of do's and don'ts. I would say 98% of the time I never recommended it for my clients. It was a journey that I was on and needed to experience. I feel that everything I have gone through helps me to be able to relate to the people I coach just a little bit better... both in terms of being able to understand where they are coming from and what they are going through and demonstrating that I "know of which I speak" because I've been there. If you don't want to take the time to read it... and I really think you should... here are the main takeaways.
1.) The charlatan tells you that calories don’t count
2.) The charlatan tells you that losing fat is a matter of detoxing your body
3.) The charlatan tells you that you have to eat organic to lose fat
4.) The charlatan tells you that putting 400 kcal. worth of butter and MCTs in your coffee is a good idea
5.) The charlatan tells you that putting 400 kcal. worth of butter and MCTs in your coffee is a good idea