Is the Carnivore Diet a passing fad? I think not. For some, like those with cancer, depression, autoimmune disease, diabetes, obesity, irritable bowel disease (Crohn’s ulcerative colitis), SIBO, leaky gut, celiac disease, this may be your panacea. An ever-increasing number of people, including myself and a number of my patients, are experiencing life-changing results from adopting an all meat diet. It may not be right for every person, but it’s worth giving it a fair shake. Below are references to help you make an intelligent and informed decision. Disclaimer: I do take potassium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate, Baja Gold Sea Salt, and magnesium orotate daily. I run 2-3, 10K’s per week and sweat a lot. I also weight train 2-3 hours per week. I find repleting my electrolytes helps me perform at a consistently high level.
Dr. Shawn Baker’s Carnivore Diet: A Review. By Marty Kendal
Using an All-Meat Diet Against Cancer, Diabetes & Autoimmune Conditions || Dr.Zsófia Clemens.
“Meat causes cancer” is plastered everywhere in the world of health and nutrition but what happens when you pitch a practically all-meat diet against cancer and various other chronic conditions? Time to find out and bust one of the biggest controversies in human health.
Bio: Zsófia Clemens, Ph.D., is a biologist and clinical researcher specialized in nutrition, nutritional therapy, and brain research. She has been affiliated with the National Institute of Clinical Neuroscience, Budapest and the Neurological Department, University of Pécs, Hungary. She is also the leader of the Paleomedicina Hungary. In international academic journals, She has published 40 research articles with more than 1100 citations.”
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