12 thoughts on “National Post Story

    • a 100% hit piece. Its unfortunate. And as usual, they focussed on Shawn Baker surrendering his license, and not the fact that he was a top surgeon for years with the lowest complication percentage on record in his area. Nor did they mention it was about his competition taking him out administratively. Nor did they mention that he is looking at options to regain his license. Nor do they mention that he has a perfectly clean arterial profile, nor do his detractors even discuss that everyone ELSE who takes blood tests on this diet are in normal ranges, and that he is just a hyper athlete, and so his levels will of course be different.. and on and on…

      It is just amazing the level of propaganda going on.. and as a side note, I have to wonder what in the world is the motivation behind the IARC report that is causing the idea to “tax meat” all of a sudden. There are just layers within layers of crazy going on right now.

      It almost makes a guy want to have his own beef cattle and oil well.

  1. Ger says:

    I was wondering after reading many of your claims, when you reintroduce a food, does it always take a month to clear the trouble it created after abstaining from it? Is healing or going back to normal progressive or how does it happen?
    Every food is the same in terms of harm?
    Are depression/anxiety the ones to leave after the month mark, digestive issues, RA?
    And if your father is reacting in the same way and timelines..?

  2. maria says:

    Like carnitine, carnosine is composed of the root word carn, meaning “flesh”, alluding to its prevalence in animal protein.[3] A vegetarian (especially vegan) diet provides less carnosine, compared to levels found in a diet including meat.[4]
    Carnosine can increase the Hayflick limit in human fibroblasts,[6] as well as appearing to reduce the telomere shortening rate.[7] It is also considered as a geroprotector.[8]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnosine

  3. MrGreat says:

    “Name me one proposition in all of the social sciences
    which is both true and non-trivial.” -Mathematician Stanislaw Ulam to Paul Samuelson.
    I know of only two kinds of truths, deductive and inductive. With many variables, it is difficult to get inductive data of diet. If we live by the biological axiom that a species evolves optimally to its environment, then a meat diet makes sense for northerners. Don’t forget the omega 1:1 3/6 ratios. Lastly, the Inuit ate 90 plus % meat. No problems. 80/20 fat/protein ish is the ratio VJ liked.. -https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vilhjalmur_Stefansson

  4. Meatrans Mikhaila says:

    Meat-Eating Is Viewed as More of a Man’s Game

    You are what you eat. But for men and meat, you’re also what you want to eat. Because a new study finds that we strongly associate meat with masculinity. Which may explain the big gender bias in meat eating: Americans eat an average of 195 pounds of meat a year, with men consuming much more than women.

    • Jonnhy says:

      Yeah. It makes sense, because I’ve known quite a few people that has cured many diseases through high carb diets. Mainly raw vegan diets (fruits and veggies) with distribution of micros such as the 80/10/10. So we should maybe find out what’s the best for each one. Although we could basically state that cutting out industrial foods.

  5. kayesem says:

    Article is dismally researched.

    “The carnivore diet permits eggs, which contain some vitamin C.”

    Uh, no they don’t.

    Correctly defines ZC diet as the extreme end of low carb and keto, then goes on to say this:

    “There are no carbs in meat, but the body can convert some protein into glucose, the main source of energy for the body and brain.”

    WTF. Completely misguided and missing the entire point of all ketogenic diets, which is allowing fats and ketones to be the main sources of energy for the body and brain.

    “age-old advice: reduce your calories in a reasonable manner, and try to be more active.”

    Retarded, ignorant and idiotic advice.

    Reducing calories just slows the body’s metabolism to suit.

    How is being “more active” supposed to help when you are dealing with long term, chronic nutrient deficiencies, along with all the associated mental and physical illness?

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