Doctor destroys vile trolls who cruelly mocked woman’s weight loss diet

A doctor had the perfect response to deal with vile trolls after they bullied a woman for her diet meal.

The woman known as @carbie_b posted a video to TikTok where she was having a meal of roasted potatoes, asparagus and some homemade hunters chicken entitled "What I eat on a calorie deficit".

But the pour woman received several mean comments that said she "didn't look like she had lost weight" and telling her the portions were too big and she was eating too many carbs.

However, a trainee doc was on hand to give some much-needed education around safe weight loss as @dr_idz stitched with her video.

He read some of the comments he had screenshotted before saying that they were "not educated" and telling people to be quiet if they have nothing nice to say.

"Firstly, she has a lean protein source with a thermic effect and will keep her satiated, plus some bacon because why not?" the doc explains.

"And potatoes which are full of nutrients. They are ranked highest on the satiety index meaning they are the best foods for keeping you full.

"I can't believe I need to say this but larger people require more calories., therefore she can easily lose weight on 3000+ calories a day.

"You are not her and she is not you. Hopefully, this helps people understand that this meal is perfectly fine."

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The thermic effect of food is the energy required for digestion, absorption, and disposal of ingested nutrients – and chicken is estimated to be around 30%.

The doc's reaction received around 63,000 likes and over 1,400 comments since it was posted last night (May 5).

His words have been praised by those in the comments with people pointing out that cruel comments from trolls who have a lack of nutritional knowledge can cause disorder eating.

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"It is the people that make those sort of comments that potentially cause people to have disordered eating," Dionne wrote.

TikTok user Mattie said: "Every fitness trainer, dietician and doctor is being tagged in this woman's video and they all say the same thing. SHE IS DOING IT RIGHT."

Another commenter added: "What I find so sad is her meals have clean ingredients. Her sharing her journey is keeping her accountable and she is trying her best. I am so proud!!"

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