Al improved dental health, digestion, fitness on carnivore diet

I was doing some research on veganism a few months ago, and I came across people who were using the meat-only diet or the carnivore diet. After seeing the damage done to eating only vegetables, I saw that many people were eating a meat-only or zero-carb diet. The most notable YouTube videos that were the most compelling were from Jordan and Mikalia Peterson.

 

Assuming they were telling the truth, I found their results were quite remarkable. I’ve been battling weight for most of my adult life, and I have always been looking for a better way to do it. I was never a vegan, and I never considered it because the vegans I knew were very bitchy and hot-tempered.

 

The Natural Law Argument For Eating Meat

 

I’m not going to write much here about nutritional issues because I’m not that well-studied in the subject. I’ve heard all sides, but this one seemed to make the most sense. I’m in the habit of using natural law or natural order to make important decisions. I wish I had known how to do this earlier.

 

But the carnivore diet makes sense because, before modern times, most of the nutrient-rich foods were animals. While some vegans claim there is an ethical issue in killing animals, the truth is that it is what we were designed to eat along with plants. It is a part of the natural law, so I decided to give it a try based on the Petersons’ testimony.

 

Improved Health Benefits Of The Carnivore Diet

 

What I now eat is as follows: chicken, fish, beef, cheese, eggs, and lots of bacon. That’s it. And I’ve been eating like this for 134 days as of this writing. Here are the results from this test:

 

  • Improved mental clarity (some may disagree)
  • Improved mood
  • Sugar addiction is gone
  • I had pain in my right shoulder area, and that’s gone
  • Hunger is manageable and easy to control
  • I’ve lost a little over 18 pounds since the beginning of this diet and 47.5 lbs from two years ago
  • Macular degeneration is gone. This was a big surprise. I don’t have any more floaters in my eyes
  • Sleep has improved
  • My teeth have stopped deteriorating as I lost three molars last year
  • I’ve had a chronic cough for over 20 years, and now that’s gone too
  • Bowel movements are limited to once a day, sometimes two. Sitting on the can once a day is plenty
  • I can get up at 6 AM and go through the day until 8 PM without a nap
  • My energy level feels like I’m in my twenties; I’m 72
  • Type 2 Diabetes gone-actually did it before Carnivore on the plain low-carb Atkins-type diet by losing weight.
  • I take no more prescription drugs

 

Financial Benefits Of The Carnivore Diet

 

I thought the Atkin’s diet was good, but this is a little better and easier to stay on without relapsing into the old ways. I’ve completely lost my desire for fruits and vegetables. I’m not sure I want to eat them again. I’m still considering it. With all of the sprays being used in agriculture, it may make sense to stay on the carnivore-zero carb.

 

I like to drink beer, but the last time I had one, it made me sick, and I stayed up all night trying to go to sleep. I’ve learned to just stay away from liquor as I don’t see any health benefits in drinking it.

 

Is Veganism Politically Motivated?

 

I’m trying to find some negative effects of this method, and I can’t find too many. My social life is different as I don’t want to go out and eat with friends because I don’t want the temptation to eat rabbit food. I don’t have the desire to have my nightly Margarita, as all of my sugar cravings are gone.

 

The money I save from buying crappy food and eating out helps to keep me within my budget. My meat costs about $200.00 per month, and I buy most of it from the local butcher shop. I save money by not buying things like bread, peanut butter, nuts, popcorn, pizza, and produce.

 

However, I am really perturbed to learn this at the late age of 72, and I’m wondering now if this vegan nonsense is politically motivated. I think it is, but that’s a subject for another time.

 

Again, I look at the results; if it works, then I think it is useful. I’m still learning about all the nutritional issues, but at the end of the day, it still comes down to results. I haven’t felt better for a long time, if ever. I’m actually startled but happy with the results. I see no reason to change anything in the future. If it is working, why fix it?

 

Results are not typical. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.

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