The Lion Diet: Ruminant meat, salt, and water. Organs incorporated if you’d like but not necessary. High fat cuts to stay in ketosis or added tallow (ruminant meat fat). Fasting as you feel necessary. Eating every day isn’t necessary but most people like 1-2 meals per day.
Hi everyone! Happy New Year!!! 2019. Cray. I’ve made this post because it’s World Carnivore Month this January. If you’re looking to give the diet a try, there’s a lot of support out there on social media so why not now! Joe Rogan is even apparently finally giving it a go! Just remember, if you’re trying to get rid of depression or an autoimmune disorder, it’s best to go all meat instead of keeping eggs and dairy. As you guys Read More
Hi guys So Dad’s going on the zero carb diet – that’s the all meat, carnivore diet. With salt and sparkling water. Why? He had good results with the previous diets. In the greater scheme of things, I would say excellent results. We managed to keep the extreme depressive episodes away, he’s off medication, he lost 50+ pounds, his autoimmune symptoms went away. All in all, great results. So why the change? He’s doing it for almost the same reason Read More
Jordan Peterson’s Diet (extremely low carb): Meats: turkey beef chicken lamb duck wild game is fine too, elk, moose, etc. wild salmon tuna – check the ingredients! Get stuff that’s just tuna and water and perhaps salt. organ meat – chicken liver tastes the best I find wild herring – check the ingredients! wild sardines – check the ingredients! Veggies: lettuce arugula arugula microgreens (arugula sprouts) cucumber swiss chard seaweed –check the ingredients! this is hard to find without soy and other things. Read More
Dad suffered from a number of health problems. He had GERD, minor psoriasis, mouth ulcers, fatigue and had an extremely hard time losing weight. He stopped eating desserts, went without sugar, and tried exercising. The worst health problem was severe depression. It seems to run in our family. When I started figuring out my problems were caused by food, and my depression lifted, I convinced dad to go on the same diet. The first year he lost 50 pounds. No Read More
Hi! My name is Mikhaila Peterson. I’m a 26 year old mother (and loving it!). I live in Toronto. Short background on me: I was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis when I was 7 years old. My parents think it started when I was around 2 noticing the way I walked. I was the first child in Canada to be put on injections of Enbrel, an immune suppressant. I was also put on injections of Methotrexate. In grade 5, when Read More