7 thoughts on “Healthline Article

  1. Eva says:

    Good getting the word out; “lead by example” right. Looked at the university article too; yes exciting but the whole “quick fix” pill thing frustrates me! As for having a quick mechanism to decrease & stop inflammation in head trauma, and other emergencies, then that’s a great thing! As for keto & just eating meat being an anti-social lifestyle; let’s change that (there are paleo only restaurants, like Hu, around now, and they are making big bucks);perhaps someone will jump at the opportunity to have a carnivore chain of restaurants (with good sourced meat, and options to have/have no spices on your meat, etc.). I know if someone started a meat-only restaurant, it won’t be lacking for customers (“if you build it, they will come”). 🥩😜

  2. Cory Hickerson says:

    I think the idea that this is a “diet” for you and your father is the wrong way of looking at it; it’s a way of life. Literally, I see it as giving you your lives back, (from what you’ve shared with us, the public) and that the only reason you’d share this information with us is because if it could help but 1 other person, it would be worth the scrutiny from “health professionals.”

      • Cory Hickerson says:

        I think it’s so taboo to talk about diet with people that anyone who is willing to say “this worked for me” is going to have unlimited people questioning it. Which doesn’t make sense to me in the sense that, does their questioning mean they think I’m lying or being facetious? Obviously you’ve been trying one thing after another (including what the health professionals recommend) and stopped to continue this path and can now say “this is the thing, this thing right here.” Unfortunately it took this long to figure it out. The more I think about it that scrutiny must be so miniscule compared to what you’ve endured up to this point, it doesn’t even register a negative effect. Keep it up! Also thank you for your recipes, they are great!

        • steven v says:

          It is funny that for about a decade I became vegetarian and never received great vitality. I thought that not doing any harm was a good way to live. So I wouldn’t be killing any animals. But the thought of if I am not going to eat meat then what is the real purpose of the cow on this planet? That question always bothered me.
          Now I believe that maybe the cow is supposed to make the ultimate sacrifice to give us all a better and healthier life. Is there a more sacred deed to give your life so that others may thrive? Maybe the biblical personas knew this all along.

          • Miloš Marinković says:

            Yeah I think there shouldn’t be ethical questioning about the food we eat. Of course, we should question the way we produce the food and make the animals unnecessary suffer.
            Some vegetarians/vegans will thrive on their diet, and some will feel fatigued.
            That leads us to the point that everybody has unique need for foods. There’s no universally healthy diet and the paradigm shift that is coming in waves is gonna change that forever. Mikhaila is one of the people that isn’t afraid to tell what has worked for her and she is contributing to spreading awareness about food and how we should figure out what works for us. All these FAD’s are bullshit because they delude people into believing that it will work for everybody.
            I tried the carnivore diet because I hoped it will help me erase fatigue out of my life, but unfortunately, fatigue became even worse and I quit after month. So, yeah, we all have are own unique quest on finding what works for us, and we should experiment just like Mikhaila did it. People are lazy and their want their quick fix, but there’s no other way around then mindfully experimenting with foods and listening to your gut.

          • Did you include dairy? It takes three weeks to adapt to the carnivore diet. And if you don’t eat enough (generally at least 2.5 pounds a day) you can get tired. Or not enough fat.

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