I guess if you look at training as being synonymous with improving competitive performance, then one might be reluctant to evaluate LCHFMP ( low carb, high fat, moderate protein) in that context based on the bulk of current scientific research into this way of eating. I hung up my cleats many years ago, but I probably would feel the same way if I was a competitive athlete.
I think what some of us are trying to point out is that we have been led down a nutritional path for years that has just plain not worked for many people and that there are better choices.
I read about and research this way of eating (WOE) every day, and every day there are scientists, doctors, athletes and other who realize, some reluctantly, that this is not a passing fad, but a potential paradigm shift away from a carbohydrate dominated diet.
I believe that there are just too many success stories for this WOE to be dismissed offhandedly as some do.