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Lindy improved prediabetes and thyroid on a carnivore diet

Introduction: A Struggle for Change In the bustling city of Melbourne, Lindy’s journey is not just another story of dieting; it’s a profound quest for health and self-acceptance. Born into a family where food is synonymous with love and celebration, her Italian-English heritage means meals are more than just sustenance—they are a way of life. However, this deep-rooted connection with

Donna manages Graves’ disease and osteporosis on a carnivore diet

Donna finds herself navigating the challenging waters of her husband’s death, living alone, and managing her health issues all at once. A self-proclaimed nutrition enthusiast, Donna discovers the carnivore diet during her quest to alleviate her health problems, specifically Graves’ disease and osteoporosis. Embracing the Carnivore Lifestyle Four years after her husband’s passing, Donna feels whole and happy again. She

Jill manages weight, PCOS, and Hashimoto’s on a carnivore diet

Jill’s health journey has been a rollercoaster ride. After years of battling weight gain and managing an array of health issues, including Hashimoto’s disease and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), she finds solace in the carnivore diet. Her story is an inspiring testament to the power of dietary changes and commitment. Finding The Carnivore Diet Jill’s journey to the carnivore diet

Barbara S heals from anxiety and digestive issues on a carnivore diet

Barbara is a 54-year-old mother of 3 grown girls with her first grandchild on the way. She was in the radiology field as an MRI technologist for 35 years. She has scanned many metabolically unhealthy people with intramuscular and visceral fat over the years. She has witnessed the overall decline in the health and a rise in obesity in many

Chana heals from NAFLD, skin issues, digestive issues, and pre-diabetes on a carnivore diet

Chana’s Journey to the Carnivore Diet   Chana is located in Israel and has been on a carnivore diet for nine months. Her career was in music education, and she had been teaching as an orchestra director in New York and Pennsylvania since 1973. She also taught string instruments privately and in groups.   From Vegetarianism to Carnivore: Chana’s Diet

Michelle ran her first half-marathon at 61 on a low-carb diet

Background Information   12/2021 Started Carnivore – At that time, I was using a type of macro tracker which, based upon my metrics and goals, had me at adequate protein, low fat, and low carb. Since the end of 2018, I had been dealing with chronic forearm tendonitis and both lateral and medial elbow pain in my left arm.  

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

Darby’s Life Before the Carnivore Diet   Darby grew up being plagued by every kind of allergy imaginable. At five 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

Alicea gains muscle and manages mental health on the carnivore diet

How Alicea’s Carnivore Diet Helped Her Overcome Her Eating Disorders   Alicea lives in northern California. She’s 52 and struggled with eating disorders since she was 15 years old. While she was never obese, she still struggled with bulimia, bingeing, and purging. At one point, she got down to 107 pounds, which isn’t much for her 5′ 7″ frame. Alicea

Claire Reverses Osteoporosis and Puts On Muscle In Her 60s On A Carnivore Diet

Claire’s Journey to the Carnivore Diet   An educator for over 20 years, school principal Claire needed more energy to keep up with her busy schedule. After being diagnosed with osteoporosis nine years ago, she started a fitness journey leading her to CrossFit classes and weight training. However, after experiencing less-than-stellar results, her coach encouraged her to look closely at

Meat: The Ultimate Superfood

Why is meat such a staple across cultures? Because human life demands it, and it’s one of our most primitive needs. Eating meat is as vital to our survival as breathing. If we don’t provide our bodies with a regular supply, then our bodies begin to cannibalize our tissues to make up for the deficit. That’s when the slow reabsorption

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