Carnivore Diet FAQ
How to start, what to eat, and more
What Is The Carnivore Diet?
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. Avoid heavy exercise because it can take a toll on your body during the transition process. As you adapt you will gain more energy to exercise. The transition can vary from person to person, some having a very easy time, whereas others struggle.
The short answer is “No, meat is very unlikely to be the cause of any particular disease.”
How About Intermittent Fasting? How Many Meals Per Day?
Do I Have To Be On The Carnivore Diet For The Rest Of My Life To Stay Healthy?
Most people that see a significant improvement in their health due to the Carnivore Diet tend to stick with it or something very similar. They may become “Carnivore Adjacent” and often that also works well for many.
Are Plants Healthy?
It depends on the person and the plant. Most plants in the environment are downright poisonous and are deadly, whereas a small percentage have been found suitable to eat by humans and many of those require extensive processing to make them safe to ingest. Some people have a greater capacity to handle certain plants than others do.
Is Meat Bad For The Environment?
I’m A Foodie And Wonder Will I Get Bored Eating Just Meat?
There are literally hundreds of different types and ways to prepare meals for a meat based diet. Some folks enjoy the simplicity of just cooking up a steak, but fortunately for you, our chefs have dozens of enticing “carnivore friendly” recipes in our ever growing library.
Are There Any Studies On The Carnivore Diet?
Can I Do The Carnivore Diet Affordably?
Yes, you can opt in for ground beef, chuck roasts, and other affordable cuts. You can also find local discounts on meat on www.mygrocerydeals.com.
Is Grassfed Beef Healthier Than Grain Finished Beef?
Many people prefer and enjoy grass fed beef and there can be an environmental benefit. But the majority of people that have successfully improved their health have done so with just plain old supermarket meat without eating organs. For some select individuals organs and grass finished beef may ultimately prove to be the better option and is certainly worth experimenting with if desired.