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Getting nutrition from animal sourced foods and eliminating all plants from the diet. The purpose is health improvement, fat loss, healing the body and mind, and relief from many chronic illnesses.
Any meat from an animal including beef, lamb, pork, chicken, eggs, and seafood. Dairy products can be included for some people but many will need to limit it. Spices, coffee, and tea are ok.
Depending on previous dietary background, some people can just jump right into the diet while others will benefit from a transition strategy. Our coaches a great resource to help you transition.
Make sure you are eating enough food and getting plenty of rest. You can also add extra salt, electrolytes, or bone broth to replenish electrolytes. As you adapt you will gain more energy to exercise.
Many people have reduced or reversed symptoms of diabetes, gastrointestinal problems, joint pain, mental disorders, skin issues, hormonal imbalances, inflammation, and blood pressure.
No. Eat meat when you are hungry and stop when you are full. Choose the meat that you enjoy, and don’t worry about the ratios. Fat is good for you, and there is no need to cut back on fat.
After the adaptation period, which can last a few days to a few weeks, you will start seeing improvements in energy, sleep, mood, digestion, skin, and much more.
The short answer is No. Unfortunately the majority of our nutrition science comes from very poorly designed study that have no possible way of realistically answering those questions.