If the goal is fat loss through a Keto diet, why add so much dietary fat?
If one's weight is 30% fat as measured by an impedance scale, I understand keeping carbs low. But with all that body fat available why not keep fat moderately low? I will either have to change the way I cook and use way more butter, etc. or start supplementing with MCT oil to meet the macro goals that Chronometer has set for me. It makes no sense to add dietary fat when I am already fat. Why would the body ignore existing fat and metabolize new dietary fat? Why would protein get turning into glucose when there is all that existing fat that could be digested? The video's I watch do not explain this to my satisfaction.