Carnivore diet tips by coach Becky N

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Tips for beginning the carnivore diet ~ Eating a variety of meats from the animal kingdom, animal fats(beef fats-suet or trimmings,bacon grease, pork fat, duck fat, butter/ghee), and keeping electrolytes(sodium, magnesium, potassium) balanced as well

 

Tips for the transition period ~  Stick with it & trust the process first couple of weeks then week 6 and/or week 8 can be rough but you will be thankful and break the bad relationship & addiction when you trust the process & lean on the Revero community

 

Tips for grocery shopping ~ if you are shopping from a grocery store watch sales and/or your bulk stores(sam’s-Costco), otherwise shop local & maybe reach out to your local farmers and you may be able to work out a deal with them as well.

 

Tips for social situations ~ try to either eat before you go so your not overly hungry but most social gatherings have a meat source plus a meat/cheese tray. Enjoy some sparkling water or club soda. If you are dining out then you can always tell the restaurant you have an allergy and they will make the adjustment. 

 

Tips to make carnivore easy ~ keep things easy, jump into the Revero meetings to help with support & keeping the right mindframe

 

Tips for cooking meat ~ you can sear it in a pan, air fryer, grill! Pat it dry then add salt use your method of cooking to your doneness. Add fats after cooking


Tips for dealing with cravings and staying accountable ~ EAT BACON! Don’t put the taste of anything sweet in your mouth. Replace the bad addiction/habit with a better healthier habit such as walking. Eat enough fats and meat to keep yourself full to prevent your craving, don’t do fasting

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