"Just cut all your food in half and it'll be half the calories. And because it's only half the calories, you can eat twice as much!"LOL so apparently the dietitian didn't say anything about splitting meals in half and eating the rest (an hour) later, so where did Amber get that shit from?
It's a moot point anyway, because that bloodwork was over 100 pounds ago...She said in this video her A1C levels were normal.. it's hard to believe with all of her symptoms and those knuckles looking darker every video. If she's being honest I wonder if she misread what in the normal range is. Maybe her A1C was 7 but it says under 5.7 is normal range. like this video shows she'll twist things to hear what she wants to hear and she doesn't want to hear she has diabetes.
I thought the "dietitian" was imaginary too, until I watched the video. Going by what Amber read, those were written by someone else - and I doubt anyone in that house, or anyone who would be willing to help Amber to lie, is capable of writing like that.IMHO, there was no dietitian, and Amber made this shit up.
You're missing Amber's logic here. She didn't want to eat McDonald's, but Burger King is perfectly fine. If only WW mentioned BK she wouldn't have quit.Just a reminder that right before consulting the "dietitian", Amber quit Weight Watchers claiming that she didn't want to participate in a diet where eating McDonald's was acceptable as long as you stayed under your points because that's "not hulthy".
Somehow within a matter of days she decided an all fast-food diet was going to be the key to losing 400 elbees. Truly exceptional.
Oh God. I totally forgot. A MLM hun would definitely do this! See a 600lb person getting hate as customer and acting with sympathy to sell a shitty mlm weight loss product. Shout out to r/antiMLM"Just cut all your food in half and it'll be half the calories. And because it's only half the calories, you can eat twice as much!"
Alternate theory about the dietician; she could also be one of those pyramid scheme sellers. Social media is full if people who call themselves coaches, nutritionists, etc. But they work for companies that sell protein shakes (or workout videos, or pills, body wraps, portion control containers, and so on).
They come around very sweetly with friend requests, encouragement, offer free meal plan downloads, etc. They are incredibly encouraging and helpful. And they will evaporate into thin air as soon as you don't buy the sales pitch for their 300 dollar fitness program.
Cherries in ice cream is fruit and Amber is attractive enough to be a torrid model.
Not just that, she actually doesn't realise how much ice cream would need to be eaten to get maybe one serving of fruit. And while I don't doubt she'd be more than capable of eating that amount of ice cream, the cons really outweigh the good there even if the cherries had any nutritional value after being processedAmber actually believes cherries that have probably been glazed still count as one of five a day. Absolute nectar
I mean she says it's fake but clearly doesn't realize cherries in ice cream really aren't great for someone trying to lose weight so it's entirely possible it's a conversation she could have, and therefore one I chose to bevel she did have.