The problem with LLMDs, just like any other person, is they often repeat things they hear from others that sound "reasonable," but they rarely look into opposing views. I've been guilty of this, too, so I'm not casting stones.
Also, to the best of my knowledge, there are no long-lived, healthy societies subsisting in a state of ketosis 100% of the time. Common folklore in the diet world concerning the Inuit is wrong, too.
As for:"Lyme feeds off Sugar.
Carbs turns into sugar.
Carbs therefore are fuel to the bacteria."
By that logic, we shouldn't eat, drink, or breathe, because any of those actions can feed anything harmful in our bodies. The advice about
"carbs" sounds like the popular memes "sugar feeds cancer" and "sugar activates the same pleasure centers of the brain as cocaine."
To be clear, I'm for people doing whatever they want. If they want to dump half a stick of Kerrygold butter and a few teaspoons of MCT oil in their coffee, then, by all means, do so. But, that should only be after one investigates the matter for themselves by reading sufficient "Pro" and "Con" viewpoints.Ketosis and the Ketogenic Diet: Debunking 7 Misleading Statementshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gs2f4b4zt3q
Finally, I'd say that nuance and specificity matter. No doubt, there are instances where a ketogenic diet (a true ketogenic diet) may be needed. However, many people are jumping into it, because others are doing it. So, my advice to anyone considering it is to check out things for themselves.