Phil improves Crohn’s disease, autoimmune conditions on carnivore diet

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I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease in 2002. I took the pills and ate “healthy” until 2009, during which time I cotinued to have polyps and inflammation in my gut every time I went in for a colonoscopy. In August 2009 I decided to spend a year eating only meat. In August 2010, my colonoscopy showed that my gut inflammation had disappeared. Haven’t had a polyp since, and more recent colonscopies show no sign of the disease.

Since that time I’ve added back in much of the food I eliminated, but still avoid gluten, grains and try to avoid too much starch at any given time. If I feel like I’m having trouble, I fall back to all meat for a couple days and I’m able to reset back to no symptoms.


 

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