Sid reminds me of a guy called Hiroo Onada a Japanese soldier who refused to surrender after the Second World War ended and spent 29 years hiding in the jungle while continuing a guerilla war. Hiroo Onoda remained on an island in the Philippines until 1974 because he did not believe the war was over. He became the last Japanese soldier to surrender – but only after his former commander, who in 1945 had told him to stay behind and spy on American troops, was flown from Japan to order him to give up. Perhaps Sid is waiting for the nod from his old commander, the dreaded Cugila.
So confused has Sid become over the years he can't see the wood for the trees. One mention of low carb and fat and weight and he roars off like a clockwork puppet on speed. I and many others never ever had an issue with weight. Sure I was carrying some excess blubber for years, but no way did I give a monkeys. The reason I and so many like me went low carb was to control blood glucose numbers, and by golly did it work and has kept on working for over seven years. Not just for me but millions of others all over the world. Not only worked but for most type two's the reliance on medication runs from minimal to nil. That is a fact.