Barry is using a carnivore diet to prevent disease

My story is about prevention rather than cure.

 

At 72, Dad showed signs of Alzheimer’s and died a few years later.

 

I’m 72 and ApoE3/4, having inherited a copy of the “4” allele which raises my risk of Alzheimer’s.

 

I’m trying to do all I can to avoid Dad’s fate.

 

I believe my best chance is to adopt a diet that avoids just about anything from grain-based agriculture onwards.

 

And to overcome decades of sarcopenia, I’m using weight training and sprint-interval training.

 

That needs meat, not plants!

 

(I’m not restricted to mammals. I eat birds and seafood and their products too).

 

So far, I’ve achieved:

 

HS-CRP = 0.28

 

Omega-6:Omega-3 ratio of 2.2:1

 

TG/HDL = 0.4

 

Continuing with mild ketosis.

 

Very low fasting blood glucose, and low average blood glucose.

 

(Equivalent to about A1C = 4.5%).

 

Plenty of good sleep.

 

Barry

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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