Let's just run down what you are doing to your body.
You have successfully managed to give yourself a temporary form of diabetes, congrats, your body cannot store glycogen correctly. You burn fat stores instead of carbs, skipping carbs and causing fun things like organ failure (kidneys) and gout. It does keep you skinny though, no denying that, so it isn't all bad, and there are some good reasons to do it... but not if you are also doing...
Your High-Fat, Low Fiber diet.
Low Fiber is bad enough on its own, allowing for fun things like Constipation, IBS, colon cancer, and polyps. Not to mention that all of those silly fiber rich food also account for a ton of the Minerals and Vitamins you are supposed to get on a daily basis.
But you also don't even worry about eating lean Protein, so you consume fatty protein. Wonderful. When is the last time a doctor looked at your cholesterol? The blood in your cardiovascular system is not only high in cholesterol, but never gets worked out, because you don't have the energy to do it, even if you wanted to. Yada Yada, Con-genitive Heart Failure, Heart Attacks, blah blah blah.
You are doing a diet that is designed to work to lose serious weight, especially someone who is grossly obese, because it totally turns your metabolism on its head. However, by not compensating, and eating correctly, you are destroying your inner organs.
Go to your doctor and have him take a look at your Cardiovascular system, and if I'm wrong, you'll totally change my mind on the subject.
Edited By Troy on 1269359115