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Josh manages eczema on a low-carb diet

Josh lives in Richland County, Ohio, and has been a Doctor of Chiropractic since June 2021. As a child, he had eczema, particularly on his fingers. He also had lifelong allergies and asthma, which he was diagnosed with at 5 years old. Josh’s mother was a nurse, and though she never practiced much, “she was very medical-minded.”

When he was in chiropractic school, Josh’s eczema and allergies got worse, possibly due to stress. His eczema moved up onto his arms and neck, and he sought answers. “I found out if I fasted that my eczema would go away, and that was always a really good temporary fix but it got to the point where I was so skinny, and I almost looked malnourished because I had fasted so much.”

Josh found that his libido was low, and he had lots of brain fog and headaches. His feet used to get cold a lot, even turning blue. Josh felt cold, shivering often.

His problems got worse after using a Standard Process “holistic cleanse.” Josh was “on like ten supplements at the time, and I had done the cleanse for the full 21 days. It was basically like you’re plant-based for 10 days, then they want you to throw in lean meats, for you to eat chicken. You’re doing these protein shakes along with like a hundred different supplements, so that really messed me up.”

Open to new answers, Josh found Paul Saladino and started eating meat and fruit, “and that made it even worse, just compounded.” Josh was eating two apples and three or four bananas a day and then determined he was allergic to bananas.

When looking for answers, Josh “found Joe Rogan, like many have, and that’s when I was like, ‘all right, I’ll just do meat, salt, and water.’ and I stuck primarily with red meat. I noticed bacon kind of flared me up.” He discontinued all of his supplements and stopped eating fruit as well.

This time, a new diet helped, and Josh found that his eczema completely cleared up, as did his back pain. “I usually see about 20 to 30 patients a day, but by the end of the day I would notice my back would be dull and achy, and this was after only six months of doing it.”

His back pain resolved, and “I don’t have asthma attacks anymore, especially when I’m very strict with the diet.” Josh also noticed better emotional stability, saying, “I notice less of that just ‘being on edge’ and lots more calmness.”

Josh has begun adding a carnivore diet recommendation to his patients’ care plans, to “kind of plant that seed and get them started on that conversation.” He sees the problems plant-based diets cause, saying, “You look at these people who are on these plant-based high-fiber diets, and it’s like their gut looks ridiculous. They’re so bloated, it’s insane! I have zero bloating, I don’t even fart, ever. It’s crazy.”

“It works, it just does; it’s amazing how big a turnaround I’ve made on 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.

Darby manages graves’ disease and type 1 diabetes on low-carb diet

Darby grew up being plagued by every kind of allergy imaginable. At 5 years old, he was diagnosed with hundreds—from trees to weeds to bee stings and everything in between. At 11, he needed reconstructive sinus surgery due to the many sinus infections over the years, and later had to have his tonsils out as well. As the years passed, the allergy shots helped a bit, but his health problems inhibited his ability to engage in the sports he loved. Fast forward to 2013, and Darby begins to experience heart palpitations, which are dismissed by doctors, as they advised him simply to “stay away from caffeine.”

In 2015, he was hospitalized with a heart attack, and two weeks later with another one again. This time, his doctor was wise enough to check his thyroid panel. He was diagnosed with Graves’ disease, and was given more medication to manage yet another health condition. He was able to feel a bit better and add a few pounds to his underweight frame, but in January of this year there was even more crushing news. Darby was diagnosed with Type-1 Diabetes. In his mid-thirties, his mind was filled with dread as to what could possibly come next. In a moment of sheer desperation, he prayed for an answer. Not long after, he found Shawn Baker and the Carnivore.Diet community.

“Behold, I was messing around YouTube and I stumbled upon you and Dr. Ken Berry initially, so I started watching video after video…and realized that maybe my issue had been plant material this entire time. What is it that is causing my body to attack itself? Is it the oxalates? Is it the lectins?”

In March, Darby slowly transitioned to the carnivore diet, and after two weeks, he didn’t need to take insulin anymore. By mid-April, he was able to come off his Graves’ disease medication, and this past October his labs revealed his thyroid hormone levels were completely normal. Now, he’s able to do things he’s only dreamed of; running, lifting weights, and carrying his daughter on his shoulders for hours at Disney World. He’s also free from the allergies and sinus infections that have haunted him his whole life.

“It’s absolutely amazing. It completely blew my mind, and—it’s strangely satisfying. I do not have a craving to eat anything but meat anymore.”

Darby started off doing a strict version of the carnivore diet—his meals consisting of red meat, salt and water. He has since branched out to add pork, eggs, and chicken, but he’s planning to go back to a stricter approach soon, as he believes that was one of the reasons for his rapid recovery.

“I can’t say how truly thankful I am—from the bottom of my heart—for what [Shawn Baker] and people like Ken Berry and Anthony Chaffee do on a daily basis to try and help people, because it really, truly is amazing. It’s a miracle—like nothing I’ve ever seen. I was told that, you can’t cure this. This is what you’re going to be for the rest of your life… If it wasn’t for you…I would have never known. I would have just stayed being sick on the SAD diet and getting sicker.”

As far as Darby’s concerned, he has a new lease on life, and when asked whether this diet is worth the risks, he says “Bring it on!”

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.

Kat heals from ulcerative colitis, asthma, and Lyme disease on the carnivore diet

Kat’s battle for her health has been a fierce one, and she has fought bravely her whole life to find relief from the crippling asthma and ulcerative colitis that has plagued her since she was a baby. “I had ulcerative colitis from day one, ear infections, and asthma. Back in the day—they just really didn’t know any better—they gave me round after round of antibiotics, and then they gave my mother access to steroid injections; so she gave me an injection every month for the first couple years of my life.”

At the same time, Kat says she was born to be an athlete, and by the time they invented rescue inhalers, you could find her running happily on the track—inhaler in hand. Still, the years were filled with trips back and forth to the hospital for both her ulcerative colitis and asthma. “I just remember—from the time I can remember—being on the toilet in tears… just all by myself and my parents are helpless…they don’t know what to do. It was really hard—but I persevered and I just kept going. I was very much into sports. I had a horse; I rode. I played tennis, I rode my bike and I just relied on the medications to keep me going.”

In her 30’s, Kat discovered that if she took enough supplements, she could mitigate some of her symptoms without as many drugs, but that came with the hefty price tag of $500 dollars a month. In her 40’s she came across the keto diet which helped her successfully lose 30 pounds, but flare ups and rescue inhalers were still the norm.

On top of all of this, she received a Lyme’s Disease diagnosis in 2008, which complicated matters even further. Throughout all of this time, she never stopped searching—regularly listening to health podcasts and reading the latest books. When she started to hear about the carnivore diet, she mentioned it to her functional medical doctor at the time, and he said she should give it a shot.

“When I met you guys for the first time, it was my 60th birthday—it was May 7th of 2020. I’ll never forget it—that [membership to Carnivore.Diet] was the gift I gave myself for my birthday. Oh my gosh… it’s unbelievable what happened to me.” After a day or two on the carnivore diet, Kat says she was able to take what she considers to be the first full breath of her entire life. “Literally within the first week of eliminating plants, I was breathing and it was remarkable…the colitis cleared up—it still leaves me speechless sometimes to think about what happened just by getting rid of foods!” In the past, mosquito bites would leave painful welts that lasted for weeks, and would also activate her Lyme’s symptoms. A month and a half after going carnivore, she was swarmed with bites. They cleared up after a few days, and there was no adverse Lyme’s reaction. Now off all medications, Kat is incandescently happy to be free from the health problems of the past.“I honestly can say right now I have nothing wrong—and I cannot believe I’m saying that—it’s nothing short of miraculous!”

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.

Elizabeth S healed eczema, asthma on a carnivore lifestyle

Elizabeth lives in Botswana. Before her carnivore diet, she had tried several diets including vegetarian. “That lasted about six months before I became severely anemic.” She found that diets all had issues: “I tried detox diets and all these other things and they just didn’t seem to work long-term.”

In 2017 she tried keto, and it was helpful, but it was “too much to do, too many things to prepare. I used to suffer from chronic fatigue. It was always an issue for me. I felt like I wanted to sleep, but couldn’t, and then I’d wake up so tired.”

Elizabeth was very overweight, couldn’t breathe, and suffered from several conditions including asthma, eczema, and IBS. She also had cystic acne, dizziness, and headaches.

“I was told ‘lose weight and eat healthy’, but we all have very different concepts of what healthy is, right? I thought healthy meant fruits, veg, keeping your proteins low, and low fat, the narrative that’s pushed quite a bit.”

During Covid, she found the diet online. She says “I’m lucky; where I live we have more cows than people! Getting any kind of meat or animal produce was easy for me, so it was basically just to get started.”

After going on and off the diet due to work, in October she finally committed to sticking to the carnivore diet continually.

After three to four months she began losing weight, and her cystic acne that got better along with all of her other symptoms.

Elizabeth eats mostly lamb and goat, with some organ meats and a little beef. She does enjoy locally sourced meat, from her family hunting springbok, gemsbok, and eland. This fills the freezers every year with fresh meat.

“Once you remove sugar from your diet, you start craving more healthy food, in this case different varieties of meat. My health is great, my eczema is gone, I’m able to exercise a little bit. There’s a hill nearby, and it takes 18 minutes to go up and back, and I do that three times a week.”

“My asthma cleared up, so I have to check and make sure medications don’t expire.”
Elizabeth’s IBS cleared up as well, and she is feeling much better than before. “I find that my skin is much better, I’m using far less moisturizer now, my digestion is so much better, my moods are more stable, it’s not a constant worrying of anxiety all day every day, now it’s very manageable. I’m looking forward to seeing what gets better next-it’s all downhill from here!… Yeah, I’m not going back.”

She recommends that people “write down something that you really want to change in your health, something to keep pushing you, because sometimes it’s not a physical image. It might be getting off a medication, or not having such a stressful relationship with food. Whatever motivates you!”


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Sylvia eliminated Rheumatoid Arthritis, allergies, and constipation on carnivore diet

Sylvia has been experimenting with her diet for the majority of her life. Her father was a rancher, so she says her diet was mainly meat-based as a child. As an adult, she started trying various diets, including vegetarian, pescatarian, low-carbohydrate, and finally, the ketogenic diet.

Sylvia began to have issues with her gut health in her twenties. She speculates that taking ibuprofen (which has been linked to gut damage) for a year after a car accident caused her to have issues with her gut. Sylvia was also diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in her late twenties, although she said the condition didn’t become a massive issue and affect her life until she turned thirty-four.

Sylvia followed the conventional keto diet for many years. She says she ate a lot of vegetables and dairy on the diet and knew her body was inflamed. Sylvia also became active in the keto community and attended several low-carb conventions. At one of these conventions, she listened to Dr. Zsofia Clemens speak about the paleolithic ketogenic diet. This particular diet is meat-based and is especially beneficial for those with autoimmune diseases and gut health issues, as it also includes consuming high amounts of fat and organ meats.

Sylvia decided to give the diet a try. She cut out dairy, nuts, vegetables, tea, coffee, and other highly inflammatory foods from her diet. She explains that the diet consisted of approximately eighty percent of the calories from animal fat, mostly tallow and lard, which she tracked on an app on her phone. Within ten days of following the paleolithic ketogenic diet, Sylvia says her rheumatoid arthritis was eighty percent healed.

Sylvia also says the diet healed her leaky gut and chronic constipation. She says her bowel movements are now very regular, and she does not suffer from bloating. Sylvia also says her sleep “is perfect.” She attributes this change to eliminating coffee (mainly caffeine) from her diet, as she occasionally consumes decaf coffee, especially when she fasts.

Today, Sylvia eats two meals a day, and her diet consists primarily of beef, pork, and eggs, with some chicken and fish added in from time to time. Sylvia says she has experimented with adding some other foods back in. Sylvia tried adding in fruit but found she didn’t want it. She also experimented with coffee which made her feel instantly inflamed. However, she has found her body can tolerate homemade sauerkraut. Sylvia has also been experimenting with fasting. She says the most extended fast she has completed was ten days, though she has found five days to be her personal “sweet spot.”

Sylvia is grateful she could heal her body and gut with a meat-based diet. Silvia shares her diet and lifestyle online through a blog. She says her coaching philosophy is to have success, you need to “change your relationship with food.” She says that relationship change will also impact your life and help you develop discipline, which you can use in other areas of your life.

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.

Anthony improved fat loss, muscle, asthma, and sleep on a carnivore lifestyle

Dr. Anthony Chaffee has a plethora of knowledge regarding the carnivore diet, research, and human evolution. He was one of the first trailblazers in the carnivore way of eating.

Dr. Chaffee’s quest to learn more about this lifestyle began twenty years ago when he took a cancer biology class in college. Dr. Chaffee says his professor taught his class about plant toxins, including carcinogens. When asked by his students if he ate vegetables, the professor replied, “I don’t eat vegetables. Plants are trying to kill you.”

This information changed the way Dr. Chaffee viewed food and nutrition forever. And so twenty years ago, he began changing his diet and researching what foods are best for his health.

Dr. Chaffee started by eliminating all foods except meat, eggs, and milk from his diet. Dr. Chaffee, at the time, was an athlete and said the change in his diet made his athletic performance “out of this world.” He easily outperformed the other athletes around him. After some time, Dr. Chaffee transitioned to more of a ketogenic diet.

Because of his research, Dr. Chaffee found his way back to eating pure meat and committed to the carnivore diet in early 2018. Dr. Chaffee speaks of many research studies that have been done that disprove the standard low-fat diet pushed in the United States and prove the connection between optimal health and low-sugar, low-carbohydrate diets.

He speaks about the research studies performed in the early 1960s and 1970s that disproved the connection between high cholesterol and heart disease. He even explains how the USDA manipulated the information at the time to follow a low-fat agenda.

Dr. Chaffee also speaks of the dangers of a vegetarian and vegan lifestyle. Particularly the connection between a pregnant mother who follows a vegetarian or vegan diet and the risk of miscarriage and autism in the child.

Also, he goes into his research on the health crisis in the United States, including the cost of type 2 diabetes. He speaks about how this epidemic has changed over the last thirty years and where it is heading if nothing is done to prevent individuals from developing the condition.

Dr. Chaffee also speaks about the benefits of eating a meat-based diet. He explains that though meat is a highly nutritious food, it isn’t the meat healing so many people– though it does help. The healing that comes from the carnivore diet is more from eliminating poisons from vegetables, seed oils, sugar, and processed foods from one’s diet. He says many chronic conditions and autoimmune diseases are the body’s response to toxins and malnutrition, which is why the carnivore diet works.

Dr. Chaffee has been able to heal many people around him with a meat-based diet, including his mother. His mom had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes years before his research. Once he understood the connections between sugar, toxins, and diabetes, his parents tried the carnivore diet for a month. Within that timeframe, his mom’s A1C count went from 8.9 to 6.1– completely baffling her doctors.

Dr. Chaffee is an incredibly knowledgeable person. He has been researching the carnivore diet, even before it had a name. He is a pioneer in the carnivore community, and his knowledge is priceless.

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.

Ryan resolved high blood pressure, migraines, heart burn, allergies on a carnivore diet

Ryan has struggled with his weight for most of his life. He describes eating the Standard American Diet (SAD), and for many years his eating habits consisted of cereal, breakfast bars, fast food, and soda– lots of soda! Ryan says he hit 200 pounds at thirteen, and his weight continued to creep up throughout his teens and early twenties. Ryan said he never allowed himself to go above 300 pounds, but he went back and forth between 260 and 290 for many years.

Beyond weight, Ryan experienced several other health issues. He had debilitating migraines, which he attributed to genetics, and had him taking Vicodin quite often. Ryan also had severe allergies and heartburn. And he had high blood pressure, making it challenging to do strenuous activities, and he often became sick with sinus infections. Ryan also developed a bone spur on his foot, which he assumed would need surgery.

Ryan says he spent several years experimenting with fad diets, but his friend’s health concern impacted Ryan to make a change. Ryan takes care of his friend, who is disabled. His friend was diagnosed with diabetes, sending Ryan down a “rabbit hole” of learning all he could. Ryan says at the time, he listened to the Joe Rogan podcast and learned a lot about living a ketogenic lifestyle from him. Ryan began to follow a keto diet with his friend, which he says at the time was high in protein but still involved some carbs.

However, one day in early 2018, Ryan heard Dr. Shawn Baker speak about the carnivore diet on Joe Rogan’s podcast. He says that one podcast ultimately challenged everything he thought he knew about health. He began researching the carnivore diet, saying that “it just made sense.”

Ryan began to follow the carnivore lifestyle, and his health immediately improved. He lost over 100 pounds in just 185 days! Ryan says during that time, he would see people who assumed he was starving every day, but he always explained that the carnivore way of eating changed his life.

Beyond losing weight, Ryan’s migraines were gone within a week following the carnivore diet. He says it’s been very freeing to no longer carry pain medications everywhere he goes. He also noticed he no longer suffers from seasonal allergies, and his blood pressure is normal. He’s had one minor cold since becoming a carnivore diet follower over three years ago but hasn’t been sick ever since. And he says one of the biggest shocks has been the bone spur on his foot. He assumed the only way to get rid of the bone spur would be surgery; however, the carnivore diet healed that too.

Ryan says he mostly eats beef today but will enjoy just about any meat with a bit of butter. He’s even experimented with uncommon cuts and types of meat with his Asian and Hispanic friends. Ryan is also a part of the community and says while he isn’t incredibly involved now, he plans to become more engaged in the carnivore community soon.

Ryan says he can’t be thankful enough for Dr. Shawn Baker and Joe Rogan. He says they have both brought the message of the carnivore lifestyle to the masses, and Dr. Baker has, especially, changed the trajectory of Ryan’s health. Ryan says he doesn’t know where he would be today had he not heard the podcast. He knows, without a shadow of a doubt, Dr. Baker’s words “changed my life.”

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.

Andy cured acid reflux, IBS, hay fever, and depression on a Carnivore diet

Andy lives in Britain and was fortunate enough to grow up with parents who were also chefs and introduced him to a wide range of foods. He says he never really thought much about his health when he was younger. Andy was very active– he lifted weights and was a military member. He says he didn’t realize it then but had a very unhealthy relationship with food.

Andy describes having a work hard, play hard, and drink hard attitude when he was younger. He would often work out and lift weights with his friends for two to three hours per day, then drink excessive amounts of beer. Over time Andy started to notice some issues with his health. The most debilitating was the chronic acid reflux he experienced. He also had irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), hay fever, insomnia, and experienced pain in his joints.

All of Andy’s issues became even more noticeable after he had back surgery at the age of forty. He said it was also during this time that he began to notice he had put on quite a bit of weight and was now obese. He was also in a lot of pain and describes feeling anxiety around remembering to take pain medications– he wouldn’t leave his home without them. Andy spent the following several years yo-yo dieting, but nothing felt sustainable. He would spend a couple of months losing weight, feeling a little better, only to fall off the wagon and regain it.

Andy knew something had to give. He began the ketogenic diet, which he had some success following. Andy lost weight but felt that counting macros and calories was taxing. It wasn’t until two years ago that he came across the Joe Rogan podcast and heard an interview with Dr. Shawn Baker. He then went on to listen to Joe Rogan interview both Jordan and Mikayla Peterson.

Andy said at first, he thought the carnivore diet advocates sounded “mental.” He couldn’t wrap his mind around giving up vegetables. However, at that point, Andy felt desperate and knew he needed to do something to “change my life around.”

Initially, Andy planned to follow the carnivore diet for three months. He started by eating all meats, dairy, coffee, and eggs. Andy says the first two weeks were miserable; he struggled with horrendous issues in the restroom. However, he fought through and felt himself getting better and better. After two weeks on the carnivore diet, Andy stopped taking pain medications. He also noticed his acid reflux disappeared, and his energy and sleep quality improved.

Andy says he began to take more and more things out of his diet as he started feeling better. After three months on the carnivore diet, he mainly ate beef and water– and felt fantastic. Andy says he went into the diet thinking he would never give up coffee but soon found he didn’t need it because he felt so well and had so much energy.

Andy says his advice to anyone looking to start the carnivore way of eating is to “try it… and do your research.” Andy also goes on to suggest utilizing self-accountability by taking before pictures and logging your weight on a scale. He also recommends reading testimonials of others who have found this way of eating. Andy is grateful he did his research and changed his destructive patterns. Andy says today he wants “to tell everyone” about the diet that has completely changed his life.

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.

Jordan A resolved allergies and sinus infections and gained muscle on a Carnivore diet

Being a rancher, Jordan knows a thing or two about meat. Five years ago, Jordan and his wife sold their home in the city and bought almost fifty acres of land in the Texas countryside. Jordan runs his ranch, Thrive Stock Farm, solely by himself. Jordan says he has approximately 50 pigs, 120 hens, and some cows. He raises and sells the meat primarily from the pigs for a living.

Before becoming a carnivore eater, Jordan says his diet primarily consisted of meat; however, he consumed some carbs. Jordan’s goal is for his ranch to become completely self-sustainable, so he and his family have already been eating from the animals he raises. He says he had thought about gardening to become self-sustaining but didn’t feel it would be worth the time or effort.

One day he and his friend were listening to a podcast when he was introduced to the carnivore diet. At the time, Jordan thought the diet seemed slightly extreme but was intrigued that the diet could be a gateway into being self-sustainable. Jordan says later that day, he and his friend went to a barbecue restaurant, and he decided then and there to try the carnivore way of life.

Though his reasoning for starting the carnivore diet was somewhat rooted in health, his main priority was simplifying his life and eating. Jordan says he did not consume a lot of carbohydrates before the carnivore diet, so he wasn’t expecting a dramatic difference. However, since starting the carnivore way of life, Jordan has lost body fat, and his sinuses have improved. Jordan says his sleep has gotten better as well. He used to wake up multiple times during the night, but now he sleeps straight through until it is time to get up.

And though his weight has not changed, Jordan has noticed his waist has gotten smaller, and he’s been able to lift more weight, gain muscle, and experience a better recovery when he works out. And he no longer depends on protein supplements to get adequate nutrition.

Jordan says approximately ninety percent of what he eats daily comes directly from his ranch. He eats a lot of pork, eggs from his chickens, and some beef. The other ten percent comes from cheese and butter he and his wife bought at the store. Jordan says his kids and his wife also eat a lot of animal products.

Jordan goes on to say he sees “a lot of virtue” in the carnivore way of eating, which fits his rancher lifestyle. Jordan says a typical day for him includes eating a six-egg omelet in the morning, followed by two to three pounds of ground pork or ground beef for lunch and dinner. He plans to continue his carnivore diet and scale up his ranch.

Jordan currently sells the pork meat he raises but wants to begin branching out into selling to other carnivore diet followers. Jordan says it is “hard to imagine doing anything else” and is grateful for the additional health benefits eating meat has given him and his family.

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.

Rich improved joint, ligament pain and allergies on a carnivore lifestyle

Rich’s journey into a carnivore lifestyle has been a family affair. Rich describes his diet at a young age as the Standard American Diet. He used to eat fast food every day in his early adulthood and struggled with his weight. Over twenty years ago, Rich’s weight peaked at 285 pounds, and he knew he needed to do something.

Initially, Rich began working on his health through bodybuilding. He lost 8 lbs in 10 months but gained all the weight back within four months. While living the bodybuilding lifestyle, Rich described himself as constantly feeling hungry, continuing to eat high amounts of carbohydrates, and falling back into old habits. It wasn’t until Rich began eating low-carb that he began to see immense health benefits.

Rich focused on eating meat, vegetables, and other low-carb foods such as nuts for twenty years. He also spent a lot of money on protein supplements as a part of his diet. Rich lost over 100 pounds by eating low-carb and kept it off for over twenty years.

Rich felt his health was doing well, but he began researching various alternative medical interventions for his son. Rich’s son had suffered from intense migraines since he was four and was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at twenty-one. Rich says he began looking into foods that might trigger his son’s ailments. He shared some of his thoughts with his son’s doctor, but even the doctor said a diet change would not help his son and continued to push more medications.

Then Rich stumbled across Drs. Shawn Baker and Kevin Stock. Dr. Baker and Dr. Stock are experts in the carnivore diet and how it can be used to heal the body. Rich began eating a carnivore diet along with his son. Rich says for himself the change was relatively mild. He was previously eating about 20 carbs a day, but he noticed improvements in his joint pain and allergies. For his son, however, the improvement of the symptoms from his migraines and Crohn’s disease were drastic.

Today, Rich’s diet mainly consists of red meat and the occasional eggs or sardines. He even converted his wife to the carnivore way of eating. His wife already lived a relatively healthy lifestyle, but some ailments were starting to creep up on her with age. While on vacation in Hawaii, Rich and his wife enjoyed steaks together daily. His wife was so astonished by how she felt after giving up fruits and vegetables she committed to living the carnivore way of life with him.

Rich says one of the most significant benefits of the carnivore diet is the money he saves by not buying supplements and other expensive health foods. He also enjoys its simplicity, as he follows a routine of eating ground beef and steak daily. Rich says the biggest surprise for him is how eliminating foods like vegetables has improved his joint pain. He is also very grateful that this way of eating has improved his family’s health.

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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