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All Smoker strikes back at the dietician who says that it is ‘sad’ that he is on the keto diet

All Smoker defended the keto diet on Thursday, a month after he beat Jillian Michaels for saying it was a “bad plan for a million reasons.”
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All Smoker is the defense of the keto diet.

The “Today” co-host hit back with a dietitian who criticized him for the ketogenic diet, which is a very low-carb, high-fat plan that is growing in popularity among celebrities.

“Sad to see another famous person, that for a fad diet,” tweeted Heidi Wells, who describes himself as a registered dietician in her Twitter bio.

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Wells on Thursday, was the answer Smoker Jan. 22 tweet showing his keto diet dinner of steak fajitas without the tortilla.

Smoker answered on Thursday by tweeting: “Heidi, there are so many sadder things in the world. Have a great day.”

This is not the first time Smoker has defended the food, which he began in September last year. The 64-year-old called Jillian Michaels last month after the celebrity fitness trainer called the keto diet is a “bad plan for a million reasons.”

“I don’t understand. Like, why would anyone think that this is a good idea,” the 44-year-old coach said in a Women’s Health video. “‘You know what we should do? All the fat and animal protein! Ding, Ding, Ding!’ No! Bad plan. For a million reasons.”

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Michaels said that the diet cannot give the body the important nutrients it needs to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Smoker, however, did not agree with her statements and claimed Michaels was promoted with a slew of “bad ideas.”

“@JillianMichaels says #Keto is a bad idea. This from a woman who is promoted to be on camera bullying, discrimination, manipulation, and more every week in the name of weight loss. Now that sounds like a bad idea,” Smoker tweeted on Jan. 10.

He later explained on “Today” that the diet has helped him to improve his cholesterol and blood pressure, and adds that “what works for you, works for you.”

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“There is science on both sides that says that it is not a great idea, and the science that says that it is a good idea,” Smoker said.

Michaels responded in a Smoker’s reaction against him to a “civil intelligent debate” about the keto diet. The “Today” co-host will be denied.

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