The Effects on Human Beings of a Twelve Months’ Exclusive Meat Diet

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Journal: Journal of the American Medical Association

Publication Date: 07/1929

Summary: Results of intensive clinical and laboratory studies on two explorers who consumed an all meat diet for one year.

Key Takeaways

Two arctic explorers consumed an all meat diet for 1 year and experienced positive health benefits. Eskimos also consume an all meat high fat diet and do not have modern chronic diseases.

What Can We Learn From The Eskimos and Explorers Who Eat All Meat?

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