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Meat Up: 1 year later – with Lynn

Interview with Lynn

Lynn has done a carnivore diet success story for me, and this is her meat up post.

1) How would you currently describe your current way of eating. 

 I started Carnivore eating over a year ago.  For the most part, I eat meat, but I have had real life challenges, taking care of an ailing father with Parkinson’s who has weird diet issues and the stress of it has left me doing a lot of cheating.  I’ve had other stressors as well; besides the virus we are all battling.  Knock on wood, none of us have come down with that.  The difference in my eating is, though, that I eat just meat in between cheating.  Where before if I went off a diet of any sort, I would eat a lot of carbs for quite a while and then try to start watching it.  In this case, most of the time, I am eating meat even if I add in something like pop or ice cream.  My main diet consists of ribeyes mostly, but all meat: chicken, shrimp, salmon, pork, some chicken liver at times, oysters on occasion, eggs, some limited cheese. Bacon, of course. I cook mostly with bacon grease and lard.  Grass fed butter. Over the summer, I also added in some keto type vegetables out of the garden like tomatoes, herbs, peppers, etc.  But not that often. So, a bit of the time, I ate keto.  The difference, though, is that I always went right back to carnivore in between lapses. And didn’t stay long eating poorly.

2) What have you learned regarding nutrition over the last year.

I would say the biggest thing I’ve learned is that I don’t feel very good when I cheat.  And I’ve gained about 6-7 pounds, but I’d say I also have maintained more muscle – my protein levels are higher – so I don’t feel as flabby.  And though I don’t tend toward belly fat, I’d say I’m firmer. Of course, I’m older all the time, 65 now, but I did not get as out of shape from cheating/lack of exercise as I have in the past.  And I would have gained a lot more than 7 pounds or so as well.  What is really interesting is if I eat just carnivore, within a day or two, I’ll get feelings of euphoria and there is NO other explanation for that since my life is a stressful disaster on every front.

3) What health & Fitness improvements, and/or setbacks have you experienced in the last year. 

I haven’t had my bloodwork done in some time, due in Jan, so not sure how that has been affected by some cheating.  But the setbacks have been very stressful life situations and not so much directly diet related.  When I cheat, I do worse on all counts.

4) What are your health and fitness goals in the year ahead.

My goals are to get back to eating mostly carnivore with a few keto vegetables thrown in and no sugar like I’ve been doing off and on.  I do believe some keto type veggies in the summer are a nice break, I love to garden, and the garden fare probably gives us a few nutrients we might be missing. Though I definitely feel better strict carnivore.  I am hoping to get back to some high intensity exercise, some whole-body weight workouts and most of all yoga, which would definitely help with the stress.

5) Anything else to add? and where can people follow your journey?

I have auto-immune Hashimotos thyroid issues and it seems auto-immune people really benefit from carnivore in particular, but I also think it affects body composition a lot and all people would have good results.  As well as a good mental health response. I am 6-7 pounds heavier than when I first posted here, but not sure I can’t keep a few more pounds as I get better on my diet due to more muscle.  I wish everyone good travels on their carnivore journey.  I am a literary writer, so my blog covers fiction, politics, carnivore diet information, recipes, and much more.  I’m working on a woodfire carnivore memoir/cookbook which will be sold on my website and through Parler.  I’ve had university presses in the past, but will skip them for this project.  I’m also working a time/synchronicity/Jung/Einstein fantasy novel I hope to have done within a year.  Good luck to you all.  I’m attaching a couple pictures, such as they are — my father has had some set-backs, so didn’t have too much time to do a better job with them.  Not too much belly fat for an old woman, eh?   Cheers, folks.  Find me here:  lekimball.com

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Carnivore Diet and Constipation: 6 Causes of this Pain in the Butt

Sometimes the Carnivore Diet isn’t all rainbows and unicorns

The carnivore diet constipation is a pain in the a**. Literally. 

It’s much rarer on the carnivore diet than diarrhea, but I still see it (well, not literally) all the time. 

If your gut isn’t healthy, you are not healthy.

The gut is integral to your health. So if you’re having issues you’re definitely in the right place…because you need to solve them. 

In this article, I will describe 6 of the most common causes of carnivore diet constipation. And spoiler alert, it has nothing to do with low fiber.

Pooping on the Carnivore Diet: What types of stools are best?

First off, it’s normal on the carnivore diet to poop less frequently. When I was eating a diet high in plant food, I pooped like a deer. Frequent trips to the bathroom with small stools. 

But on the carnivore diet, this changes. Meat takes much longer to digest as you absorb more nutrients.

This is normal. And it’s a good thing. 

Stools on the carnivore diet over time will be healthy. Pooping should be pleasant and fairly infrequent. It should come out quickly and almost effortlessly. You should want to sign out with joy & praise the carnivore gods every time you poop.

If that’s not the case for you, read on. 

6 Common Causes of Carnivore Diet Constipation

#1 Gut Adaptation

There are a few adaptations you need to go through in your gut as you change diets. Similar to exercise, it hurts at first.

But with pain there is growth. And remember, comfort is the worst addiction. 

If you’re here you’re not a wimp. At least I hope not. You better not let a little constipation stop you. 

Why? Because gut issues are the first step to healing your gut. It’s a sign that your gut is adapting and changing.

If you quit now, you’d be letting your weak, addicted to comfort & carbs gut bacteria win. That’s what you’ve been doing your whole life. It’s time for a change. 

Your gut needs to go through 3 major adaptations when you switch to the carnivore diet. Let me explain.

Gut bacteria changes

Your gut is populated by trillions of bacteria — more than all the human cells in your body. Terrifying right? (What is a human even if we have more bacteria cells than human cells in the body? Thats a question for another day…when the constipation stops…).

Some bacterie, like most westerners, are carb addicts. Others love fat. I’d like to think if I were a bacterium I’d be the latter. 

When you change your diet from high carb to low carb, the makeup of your bacteria will shift dramatically. 

According to this study:

“The availability of a huge variety and combination of nutrients promotes the selective enrichment of microorganisms, but both the quality and quantity of the macronutrients have an effect on the structure and function of the microbiome”

As you cut out carbohydrates, the carbohydrate loving bacteria will rebel. It’s like solitary confinement for them. 

These changes in the gut microbiome can lead to constipation as dying bacteria cannot properly lubricate your gut wall. 

But as your gut environment changes it will be populated by a new, healthier set of bacteria that will properly function. It just takes a bit of time. 

Stomach Acidity

As you increase meat consumption, the acidity of your stomach will need to increase to digest the protein. 

Protein is made up of chains of amino acids. When you eat protein, your stomach secretes both pepsin and HCL, which together break the amino acid bonds (HCL breaks pepsinogen to pepsin).

After the stomach, the amino acids enter the small intestine. The pancreas secretes other enzymes to break them down further in the small intestine and aid absorption. All of this machinery is asleep and needs to be reawakened.

Without this machinery, you cannot properly digest protein and will often become constipated. Over time, your body will naturally adjust.

Bile production

Bile is one of the most important parts of the digestion process. When you consume fats, your gut releases a hormone called CCK. This causes your gallbladder to contract and release bile that is stored there. Bile emulsifies the fats and allows for them to be absorbed from other enzymes. 

Well your gallbladder is like a muscle. And similar to if you tried to bench press 300 lbs after never getting under a barbell in your life, it cannot handle the initial load and needs to get stronger. 

And frankly, this just takes time and patience. Some people supplement with ox bile, but I prefer to let people work up the strength on their own, just like how I tell them not to use a smith machine. 

Normally issues with bile production lead to diarrhea, but they can also potentially lead to constipation. 

As they say, if you don’t use it, you lose it. If you haven’t had to power your body off of fat for years because you’re eating a high carb diet, then your body won’t know what to do with it. 

However, this is the beauty of our metabolic machinery — it’s highly flexible (unlike my hamstrings), and can and will adjust to fat absorption. It just needs to be woken up.

One way to get your gallbladder going is to increase beef liver consumption. Beef liver is high in choline which is essential for fat metabolism (by helping the gallbladder release bile) .

#2 Too Much Protein

One of the most common reasons carnivores get constipated is because they are eating too much protein. 

After not eating meat for years, people go full Ron Swanson and start guzzling down 3 lbs a day. But your body has a physiological limit on how many amino acids you can absorb and digest — unfortunately for the bro science community who wants to drink whey protein shakes all day (and carnivores too who eat 3+ lbs of meat).

Especially if your stomach pH isn’t low enough to handle the increased protein influx, this will lead to major issues. 

Most of the time, this causes diarrhea. However, it actually made me constipated when I first adapted (yes, statues do poop). 

Increasing fat intake can help and is also a kick in the ass to your gallbladder to pump out more bile. It can also help to give your body more time to adapt to the protein intake by increasing it slowly.

#3 Dehydration

There are two major aspects to hydration that affect people. Water intake & electrolyte intake.

When you adapt to a carnivore diet, one of the first things that happens is you shed a lot of water & electrolytes as insulin falls. Your body burns off your stored glycogen, reducing how much water weight your body stores. 

This is a big reason for the so-called keto flu. This is also one of the main culprits for constipation. 

The first step is to up your water intake. But with that being said, definitely don’t just funnel water all day like a beer bong. 

Drinking too much water can also be an issue, especially if you’re not drinking water with electrolytes.

The electrolytes — Sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium — also have a huge impact on gut motility. 

One of the most common electrolyte deficiencies is known to cause constipation — magnesium. Magnesium helps to relax muscles in the intestinal wall and to pull water into the colon. 

But be careful with supplements. Sometimes they can get the poop party going too fast.

Low sodium can also cause constipation issues, largely because it depletes other electrolytes. 

#4 Inflammatory Foods

Dairy & eggs are a common cause of carnivore diet constipation — especially if you were not eating these foods pre carnivore. 

When you’re adapting, especially if you’re constipated, I suggest removing them.

Many people are allergic to eggs & dairy products. Additionally, too much calcium (from dairy) can deplete your magnesium even further. 

#5 Nutrient Deficiencies 

The two most relevant nutrients for gut health are vitamin d and vitamin a — both of which regulate bile acid synthesis and gut health. But over 90% of people are deficient in vitamin D and over 40% in Vitamin A. 

As this study shows below, Vitamin D and Vitamin A both regulate bile acid synthesis and increase production. 

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Vitamin D is also implicated in IBS and other gut issues.  A new study also suggests that vitamin D may benefit IBS . 

“Vitamin D deficiency was detected in 49 of the 60 patients (82%) in the IBS group and 31 of the 100 patients (31%) in the control group ”

Zinc is an essential component of more than 200 enzymes that play a critical role in metabolic pathways. Zinc also plays a role in gut function. Zinc supplementation in malnourished Bangladeshi children resulted in rapid reverse.

Beef liver has the most bioavailable vitamin A out of any food in the world. But until now, it tasted like something from fear factor. If you’re interested in the first beef liver product that tastes good, check out my brand new beef liver crisps

#6 Tap Water

Overtaxing your detoxification system can back up your gut and slow GI motility. 

Chemicals and poisons are ubiquitous in modern environments. One of the most pernicious sources is tap water. 

Tap water is loaded with hundreds of chemicals. Heavy metals, fluoride and pesticides like atrazine, just to name a few. Your body doesn’t recognize these chemicals and views them as a threat. This taxes the digestive system — especially your liver — and can disrupt your normal waste excretion process (i.e. sh*tting). 

Conclusion

The carnivore diet was the most important change I’ve ever made to my health in my life. Do not let this carnivore diet constipation dissuade you.

It’s time to get rid of this pain in the butt.

This article was originally published at www.carnivoreaurelius.com.

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Do You Need Carbs for Muscle Gain? How to Build Muscle on Keto

Eat Meat. Drink Water. Lift Weights.

Muscles are the organ of longevity. Unfortunately, most people ignore its critical role in health.

Having muscles means living longer.

Some are worried that on a carnivore diet all their gains will disappear.

“Eat carbs,” they say, “they’re essential”.

But do you really need carbohydrates for muscle gain? The short answer is no.

The long answer is, well… I’m about to give it to you.

Why Build Muscle?

You may believe that muscle is all superficial and eating healthily is sufficient.

This could not be further from the truth. To build muscle mass means to build longevity. To not build muscle mass means to increase your likelihood of mortality by twice.

Specifically, people with low muscle mass have twice the rate of mortality as those with high muscle mass, as indicated by the study below.

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The reason for this is simple: muscle helps prevent chronic disease.

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How so?

1. Building muscle and exercising increases bone density: Bone strength is essential for long term health. The largest loads on your bones come from muscle contractions. Skeletal muscle mass tends to correlate with bone strength.

2. Muscle increases mitochondria volume: Aging is linked to mitochondria dysfunction, potentially as a result of volume reductions. The study below showed that exercise increased mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation and mitochondrial volume.

3. Muscle increases insulin sensitivity: Disruption of the normal uptake of glucose by muscles is central to the progression of diabetes. Muscle sucks up excess glucose for storage as glycogen.

4. Muscle improves cancer survival rates: Patients receiving therapy for lung cancer had worse survival rates with lower muscle mass.

5. Muscle protects against injury: 50% of women older than 65 years old who break a hip in a fall never walk again. Muscles can help prevent and protect you against damage from falls.

6. Muscle loss reduces quality of life: Sarcopenia, muscle loss with aging, significantly reduces quality of life and can lead to institutionalization.

7. Muscle prevents obesity: Muscle increases metabolic energy expenditure. Every 10-kg difference in lean mass increases energy expenditure by 100kcal / day.

Abstaining from building muscle can be significantly debilitating in the long run. If you’re in your 30s and not building muscle, you’re losing it. If you’re losing muscle, you’re shortening your life.

Move forward, not backward. Get your ass to the gym.

How to Build Muscle

Muscle growth requires three things, none of which are carbohydrates.

1. Resistance Training and Exercise

Muscle growth starts with resistance training.

Muscle size gain results from a delicate balance between protein synthesis and protein breakdown. When you stimulate your muscles you cause changes in its myofibers, which ultimately leads to increases in the size and quantity of protein fibers in the muscle.

Scientists believe cells called “satellite cells”, precursors to muscle cells that are turned on by exercise, mediate this process:

“Once aroused, satellite cells proliferate and ultimately fuse to existing cells or among themselves to create new myofibers, providing the precursors needed for repair and subsequent growth of new muscle tissue”

Muscle size gain is controlled by three mechanisms:

Mechanical Tension: The force and stretch that creates mechanical tension are essential to muscle growth.

Damage: Exercise results in localized damage to muscle tissue. In response, your body creates inflammation around the site. Macrophages remove debris and growth hormones are released, rebuilding the muscle even stronger.

Damage tells your body that it must grow stronger for the next time it conducts the same activity. Scientists believe this is the biggest reason for hypertrophic gains.

Metabolic stress: Metabolic stress has been shown to increase hypertrophic response. Anaerobic glycolysis builds up metabolites like lactate and creatine. This changes the hormonal environment, induces cellular swelling, and increases sympathetic nerve activity and growth oriented transcription factors.

How you decide to build muscle may vary. So as long as your muscle is stressed to failure, muscle gain can occur with or without weights.

If you are not ready to toss around heavy barbells, you can still get all the benefits from bodyweight training.

For instance, this study showed that training at lighter weights for more sets & reps may actually produce greater muscle growth than 1 set to failure.

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No excuses.

Even in the on-demand world we live in, there’s no button you can press to gain muscle.

There’s a reason most people are not strong. You need to put in the work. Start resistance training.

2. MTOR Activation

Muscle mass is regulated by the balance between protein synthesis and breakdown. mTOR is a kinase that plays a vital role in anabolism and catabolism. You can think of it like an on / off switch for cellular growth:

“mTOR is a serine/threonine kinase which senses various environmental and intracellular changes including nutrient availability and energy status, and coordinates diverse cellular processes including cell growth, differentiation, autophagy, survival, and metabolism”

To build muscle, you need to activate mTOR. It controls all signaling that ultimately leads to the growth or destruction of muscle mass.

Two ways to activate mTOR are:

Resistance Training: As this study shows, single bouts of resistance exercise may activate mTOR for greater than 24 hours.

Nutrients: Ingesting certain foods and amino acids activates mTOR. Leucine is the primary driver of mTOR activation. It is found in copious quantities in beef liver (which is why I think beef liver is better than any protein shake). Growth factors, energy status and oxygen can also activate mTOR1, but leucine remains the most potent activator.

3. Amino Acid Intake

Amino acids are the building blocks for protein. Ingesting protein and amino acids is necessary for the hypertrophic muscle response.

The two main determinants of muscle mass gain are hypertrophic activity and nutrient availability. Amino acids are oxidized and lost from muscle cells and are necessary for repair and growth.

Your body cannot endogenously create all of the amino acid building blocks you need. Thus, amino acids are an “essential” part of your diet.

There are 9 essential amino acids: histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine.

Most nutritional and workout supplements treat protein as 1 single macro nutrient. But this crude metric distracts away from the value each individual amino acid provides.

Instead of treating protein as a single nutrient, it is better to treat each amino acid as a single nutrient. In this way, amino acids are much more akin to micronutrients than they are to carbohydrates or fat.

Amino acids vary in their digestibility. They are also very important for muscle stimulation.

The DIAAS score is the best measure of the amino acid content and digestibility of proteins.

Sources of Amino Acids

Muscle meats and animal products are a great and complete source of amino acids for muscle mass. Leucine, which is prevalent in animal products such as beef liver, is one of the most potent stimulators of mTOR. According to Dr. Stuart Phillips:

“Leucine is the king AA, it turns on the anabolic signalling pathways and initiates muscle protein synthesis (MPS) by activating mTORC1 Once leucine has ‘switched on’ muscle protein synthesis (MPS) then this process proceeds for a relatively short period of time (1-2h) until it is switched off”

Animal foods are the most complete and bioavailable source of protein.

Reading a protein powder label obviously won’t tell you this.

Not all foods have equally digestible amino acids. Many foods, especially vegetables, contain antinutrients (i.e. tannins, phytates, trypsin inhibitors), which block protein absorption.

Just because a vegetable is quoted as having substantial amounts of proteins doesn’t mean you can absorb all of it.

Building Muscle on Keto: Carbohydrates Are Not Necessary

Do you need carbs for muscle gain?

Insulin and Insulin-Growth-Factor can also activate mTOR. Carbs stimulate insulin, so people have long assumed they are required for muscle growth.

This is a common misconception. Carbs are anything but necessary for mTOR activation.

Resistance training coupled with sufficient protein and leucine intake will activate mTOR independent of carbohydrate intake.

As this study showed, Leucine can activate mTOR independent of insulin.It also found that insulin was not accretive to muscle growth, independent of protein.

“What of a role for insulin in regulating anabolic responses to nutrition (via nutrient-induced secretion)? While it is noteworthy that provision of protein alone (i.e. without carbohydrate) causes a rise in insulin similar to that seen following a mixed meal (Atherton et al. 2010), insulin apparently does not contribute to the anabolic effects of EAAs on MPS. To exemplify this, EAA infusates robustly stimulate MPS even when insulin is ‘clamped’ at postabsorptive concentration”

Another study found that resistance training can activate mTOR even without IGF activation.

And if these two observations were not enough to convince you, this study tested whether 50 g of carbohydrates post exercise would increase muscle synthesis.

When you have adequate protein intake, adding 50 g of carbs does not increase muscle protein synthesis whatsoever.

The myth that carbohydrates are necessary for muscle gain has been dispelled. You can stop eating carbs now. 

Exercise Without Carbs Improves Performance

If anything, exercising without carbohydrates has been shown to be beneficial. In a randomized group of cross fit athletes, those on keto:

  • Lost 7.6 lbs more
  • Lost 2.6% more body fat
  • Lost 6lbs of fat mass
  • Improved their overall cross fit performance

What About Muscle Glycogen?

The theory around muscle glycogen is also commonly misunderstood. Muscle glycogen — stored glucose — provides size and energy for performance training. As such, many have assumed their bodies need exogenous glucose to replenish these stores.

What they have failed to understand is their bodies can create glucose endogenously by breaking down protein and fat molecules.

This study by Jeff Volek et al pictured below found that endurance athletes on the ketogenic diet had the same glycogen stores as those eating carbohydrates.

Do not fall for the propaganda. Hunter-gatherers were active.

More active than most people today. They weren’t refueling with Gatorade powders and pasta dinners. They were refueling with animal fat and protein-heavy diets.

Carnivore Diet Is The Best Muscle Building Diet

To recap, there are three pieces to the muscle building puzzle:

  • Resistance training
  • mTOR activation
  • Amino Acids

On a dietary level, the carnivore diet is perfect for all three and if done correctly, will give you olympic-level strength (check out Dr. Shawn Baker or Jerry Texeira).

The Carnivore Diet is High in Bioavailable Protein and Amino Acids

As we discussed, adequate protein intake is necessary for muscle gain.

The RDA is woefully deficient in protein. Dr Stuart Phillips has shown that at a daily intake of at least 1.6g of protein / kg of body weight up to 2.2g of protein / kg of body weight is optimal for muscle synthesis. 

As the graph below illustrates, at least 1.6g / kg level is critical for lean mass gain. Data from 49 studies showed that protein supplementation significantly increased strength and muscle size when coupled with resistance training.

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Additionally, other studies have suggested the importance of having protein with every meal throughout the day.

This study found that frequently consuming meals with 30g+ of protein increased muscle mass.

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The carnivore diet centers each and every meal around protein and will ensure that muscle protein synthesis is maximized.

Not All Protein Is Created Equal

Not all protein is created equal. Veggie based protein is not a substitute for animal protein. Proteins in animal products are more bioavailable than plant based proteins.

– Out of 21 g of protein from beef, 14 g are complete

– Out of 22 g of protein from beans, 0 g are complete

16 oz of ribeye has 108 g of protein. If you weigh 160 lbs, a 16 oz ribeye would get you to almost 90% of the recommended daily protein intake..

Plants will detract from your performance. Steak and liver will augment it.

Steak is Better Than Protein Shakes

Instead of using nutritionally devoid, toxic waste like Muscle Milk, eat steak.

Muscle milk and many protein shakes are loaded with sugars, carbs, seed oils and four syllable toxins that have no place in our vocabulary, let alone our diet.

And it’s all for just 20g of protein.

Eating steak and liver post-workout will get you more bioavailable protein, without all the negative side effects.

The Carnivore Diet is High in BCAAs & Leucine

Leucine is a key trigger for muscle protein synthesis. Getting at least 2 g post workout is optimal.

“We estimate that a protein/AA source containing ∼1.8–2.0 g leucine would be sufficient to activate a postexercise “leucine trigger” due to the exercise-induced AA flux and/or improved muscle sensitivity to AAs. Leucine plays a key role in the postexercise MPS response, at least when total protein intake is lower.”

The carnivore diet provides a complete amino acid profile, high in leucine. Beef liver is one of the best sources of leucine. The foods highest in leucine are all animal products

Ketones Improve Performance

One last study conducted by Jeff Volek showed that ketones improved performance.

In this study, twenty six college men were divided into two groups: one group was on a keto diet and the other on a traditional western diet. Each group worked out three times a week.

What happened? The ketogenic diet group gained 4.3 kg of lean muscle mass while the traditional western diet gained 2.2 kg of lean muscle mass. The ketogenic group also lost 2.2 kg of fat while the western diet group lost 1.5 kg of fat.

On the carnivore diet, your ketones will be elevated. And so will your performance.

Conclusion

The evidence is clear. Building muscle is the result of resistance training and adequate nutrient intake. Low carb is the best diet for performance and carbohydrates are hindering your muscle gain.

The best way to build muscle while maintaining a low and healthy body fat % is a combination of the carnivore diet and exercise.

Most people are doing the exact opposite. They’re loading themselves with toxins just to get bigger.

Wake up. Take back control. Unlearn everything you’ve been taught about nutrition. Eat steak and liver. Workout hard. You will feel stronger than ever.

This article was originally published at www.carnivoreaurelius.com.

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Meat Up: 1 year later – with Emanuel

Meat Up with Emanuel

It has been a year since Emanuel’s Carnivore Diet Success Story, let’s see how he is getting on.

1) How would you currently describe your current way of eating. 

Little to zero carb carnivore. Meat, eggs, kefir, Greek yogurt and a little fish.

I use the dairy only post workout!

2) What have you learned regarding nutrition over the last year.

Mainly that I am addicted to carbs and that I really must abstain from them! Otherwise it leads to binge eating, negative self talk and eventually depressive thoughts.

On the positive side, I  have learned that a zero carb approach can deliver everything I need! Fat loss, muscle gain, mental clarity and focus!

Makes it really easy to do intermittent fasting!

3) What health & Fitness improvements, and/or setbacks have you experienced in the last year. 

Well last Christmas I fell off the wagon and I’ve put on 30lb, lost motivation and didn’t really take my workout seriously! In February when the lockdown was announced I went all in again into nutrition, exercise, fasting, cold therapy etc. 

I went from 213lb to 183lb and I am maintaining that result! I credit this in part to the 75 hard challenge!

4) What are your health and fitness goals in the year ahead.

My goal right now is to complete my second round of 75 days with no carbs. I chose to do a second round now to cover the Christmas period and avoid falling in the same dark spot I did last year! If I can get through without putting weight on then I’ll start the new year fresh! As long as I am healthy I really don’t care how I look or how much I weight!

5) Anything else to add? and where can people follow your journey?

Strongly advise anyone that like me is addicted to sugar to try the zero carb approach as it will eliminate craving within 30 days!

I’ve partnered with a meat company in Northern Ireland and they ship across the UK and Ireland ethically raised meat, grass fed grass finished, kind of a “Butcher Box” service that we see from our friends in America!

Www.wearehellbent.co.uk and use the code CARNIVORE10 for 10% off

You can find me on Instagram @fastingcarnivore

My podcast is called “The fasting Carnivore Experience” and can be found on Spotify and other podcast providers.

YouTube channel: Fasting Carnivore

I also provide coaching from weight training to nutrition and mindset and people can reach on fastingcarnivore@gmail.com 

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The Wall Ultra 2021 – Training Week 20

Training Week 20

29 miles running

16 miles walking the dogs

This was my usual schedule of 3 short runs during the week, and 1 long run at the weekend.

In January I will up the short runs to 4, then start increasing the mileage of my long run gradually.

The race is in June and that will soon come around. I feel like I have given myself plenty of time to train for my first ultra, but at the same time I don’t have time to mess about. I still need to keep on top of things and keep progressing.

I felt pretty good this week in general with my running and I felt really strong on my long run.

Currently my goal is to run the ultra with an average of 4 miles an hour, which will take about 18 hours. This average includes taking photos, videos, and pit stops. So it isn’t as slow as it sounds.

With this in mind, this is how I treat my long runs at the weekend… there is a lot of messing about doing photos and videos. I am not worried about how my runs look on Strava, I just go out and enjoy my time spend on my feet. For me ultratraining is learning how to spend 3/4 of a day on my feet without crying haha.

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Crystal

Interview with Cystal

1) Introduce Yourself.

My name is Crystal Sales. I am a wife and a mother to 3 beautiful children. Buy trade I am a Master Hairstylist. I run my own Hair salon. I’ve been doing hair for 21 years and running my salon for 6 years and love it. I’ve struggled with weight for most of my life, it started to be predominant during puberty and only spiralled from there. In my early 20s I was able to control it and had maintained A healthy weight by eating a balanced diet and frequently working out. I was able to maintain that for 4 years until I had kids.  I was 28 years old when my first child was born and 33 years old when my youngest was born. It wasn’t until I had my third child that I was at my all-time high with my weight 260 pounds and not able to control it. I had learned and was informed about the keto diet through a dear friend, who I will forever be grateful for. That is now almost 3 years ago and I am 110lbs lighter, and over the last year have just been working on maintaining. 

I’ve always been passionate about food and cooking. Fun fact I only ever wanted to be a hairstylist or a chef.  Now that I am keto carnivore enthusiast/recipe developer, I feel blessed that I get to do two things that I love the most!

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

I had been eating strict/clean keto for a year before I had transitioned over to carnivore.

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

The more I learned about my health and feeling better with keto, the more reading and information I came across. That being mostlyhow toxic and how many anti-nutrients there are in a lot of the plant foods I was still eating on keto. Whether it be oxalates, lectin, Phytates etc. It was then that I decided to go carnivore. I feel a bit of an outsider here because I had already lost almost all of my weight prior to starting carnivore and had no prolonged illness or medical condition I was trying to cure. I was just on a mission to feel my optimum!

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

I’ve personally just try to do my best and not be dogmatic about it. I followed strict carnivore for close to a year and then slowly started to work things back one at a time to see how my body reacted. I’ve tried to incorporate the least offensive and toxic vegetables back into my diet, mostly for a little bit of texture and variety. Although I add things to my meals here and there for variety, I feel optimum following 100% carnivore and now aim for about 95%.

5) What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet.

The biggest benefits I’ve experience going carnivore would be the increased/consistent energy.  There has been other positives as well, I have experienced better stable moods, better sleep, better body composition, skin, hair and nail growth. Aside from one hiccough with an allergic reaction last year I have had no eczema flare ups either.

6) What negatives have you found with the Carnivore Diet.

For me the biggest negative about the carnivore diet would definitely have to be defending my choices or explaining them to friends and family that just don’t understand. Or at least in the beginning anyways. People don’t tend to bring it up now, because they see that I am healthy, thriving and scurvy free and it’s been well over a year and a half. And really for most of them, they’re actually in no position to talk to me about diet, if you know what I mean.

7) Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do.

A couple months into my keto journey I would do crunches to help with some of the loose skin and push-ups to help with the loose skin in my arms but that was it. I did not start really working out in my journey until I was on carnivore for close to a month. Since starting I’ve switched up the types of workouts I do. When I started I was running and doing weight training in the gym. I have now switched to Long walks and heavier resistance training at home. Although I’m not as consistent as I would like to be I still do this a couple times a week, but aim for more.

8) What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

My suggestion would be to do your research as far as what you’ll need for electrolytes and supplements. At the same time, try not to get too stressed out or dogmatic about it and just start! You can always tweak things along the way, to find out what works best for you.

9) Do you think Carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet.

I truly do hope so! I believe we are truly meant to eat an animal-based diet. I feel most peoples Health issues would improve greatly by doing so. At this point though I’d just be happy to see keto as main stream…although I feel carnivore is optimal.

10) Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

I would encourage people just to try. Originally I had tried, thinking I was only going to do 30 days and haven’t looked back. So at the very least give it the 30 day trial and see how you feel! It doesn’t have to be all ribeyes either! Eat the meat you crave and can afford. I have a ton of recipes and ideas on Instagram and have recently started my YouTube channel as well, so there are some recipes there too. 

You can find me on Instagram @keto.carnivoreish.crys 

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My 6 Favorite Carnivore Diet Snacks

Sometimes it is good to have a little treat

Snacks? Is that an animal you eat on the carnivore diet? No. 

Snacks are often a foreign concept to carnivores. But you’ll still crave them every now and then. 

Here are my 6 favorite carnivore diet snacks. 

When to Snack?

Snacking is fine if you’re trying to build muscle or already at excellent health.

However, if you’re used to emotional eating or trying to lose weight, I recommend against it.

If you find yourself craving snacks often, it usually means there’s an issue with the full meals you’re eating.

Most of the time when I’m eating my baseline carnivore diet, I can barely even eat 1 satiating meal a day. 

When I crave snacks, it’s usually because I didn’t eat enough fat or if I’m missing some nutrients like the ones only in beef liver.

But if snacking is the worst thing you’re doing, you’re in a great place. Here are some good carnivore diet snacks.

My 6 Favorite Carnivore Diet Snacks

#1 Pork Rinds

Pork rinds are made from pig’s skin, and are typically fried into chip-like snacks. First, the skin is dried, and then it is fried and flavored. Pork rinds come in a variety of flavors, shapes and sizes. The majority of pork rinds are sold as a light and airy crunchy snack, but they’re also available in a breadcrumb consistency.

Pork rinds are very high fat and satiating.

The only potential issue with them is the high omega 6 content if the pigs aren’t eating their natural diet. 

The best way to eat them is to make your own and work with a local butcher to get skin from pasture raised pigs. 

#2 Liver Pate

Beef liver is nature’s original superfood. When I started eating it I experienced so many benefits:

  • My skin cleared up
  • My energy was better
  • I had more muscle growth
  • I think I even developed xray vision…
  • But the problem is it tastes like something from fear factor.

Over the last year I’ve experimented with countless different recipes. Here are some of my favorite carnivore and keto liver recipes.

Pate is a great way to improve the flavor and get a bunch of good fats. 

Here are some beef liver recipes

#3 Beef Liver Crisps

My favorite way to eat beef liver is dehydrated as crisps. On the carnivore diet I was missing the crunch so much, that I spent 100s of hours in R&D to make these crisps. And now 1000s of people swear by them.

They have 14g of nature’s cleanest protein and are packed with over 100% of the RDA of many essential nutrients. And spinach, supposedly the most nutritious veggie, looks like cardboard next to them. 

#4 Beef Jerky

Beef jerky, the crossfit bro staple, is a great addition to the carnivore diet. If you’re on the go, it’s especially helpful.

The one downside is that most jerkies are loaded with additives and sugar (it’s appalling to me how many companies hide sweeteners in their product).

#5 Sardines & Mackerel

The beauty of the carnivore diet is that many of the most nutritious foods in the world are meat based and also the cheapest. A can of sardines or mackerel will run you around $3 and is loaded with protein, omega 3 fatty acids and the b vitamins. 

They’re also a great source of minerals like selenium, iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus (many of these people are deficient in). 

#6 Cheese

Cheese is one of the most nutritious foods in the world. New evidence has emerged showing that full fat dairy products can help to reverse chronic disease .

Cheese is one of the best sources for Vitamin K2, a vitamin that weston price called activator X, and was one of the commonalities between the healthiest indigienous tribes he visited. 

Vitamin K is necessary for your body to fully bind calcium and direct it to the proper place. That’s why the rotterdam study showed that Vitamin K intake was significantly negatively associated with heart disease . 

Cheese is also one of the best and only sources of calcium on the carnivore diet. 

However, many people cannot tolerate the dairy in cheeses which can be inflammatory. If you notice you don’t feel your best when eating cheese, cut it out immediately. 

Bonus: If you have “lactose intolerance”, try a raw goat milk cheese and see if it irritates you still.

Conclusion 

If you’re just starting the carnivore diet, your life is going to change in inexplicable ways. 

If you’ve already been a carnivore for a while, how’s the x-ray vision treating you? Lol.

I hope these 6 carnivore diet snacks can make your journey easier.

This article was originally published at www.carnivoreaurelius.com.

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Christine

Interview with Christine

1)     Introduce Yourself.

Hii there, my name is Christine Postma from Holland. I live in a small village with a lot of water nearby. I love the water and I’m totally in love with mountains. Music is the best there is and my big passion are cars…


2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

Before Carnivore I ate keto for a few months and before that plant based.

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

I started eating Keto because I was sick for a long time. Lyme disease. Nothing worked and I tried it all, even ate plant based for more than a year. After I read about a women who healed from rheumatism by eating the keto way I wanted to know more about it and started to really understand the damage of sugars and wanted to give it a try. It was my last hope… Keto worked for a lot of things from week one and I could not be happier. But because I already ate a lot of meat with greens the step to carnivore was an easy and logical step for me. I wasn’t the baking type and really wanted to get healthy from real foods. Someone pointed carnivore out to me and I started searching for everything I could find.


4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

After about 2 years I can read my body and feel exactly what’s best for my body and what my body needs. I eat mostly beef, grassfed beef. Ribeyes, striploin and ground beef or sausages mixed with liver. I season them with salt and some pepper. I eat it raw or rare. Occasionally some fish like herring, ale or salmon. But that’s a side dish once a week, my main meal is beef. Mostly with butter because I feel best on high fat.

Mostly I eat one meal a day, about 500/600 grams of meat with about 40 grams of butter but if I want to eat two meals I mostly eat about 3-4 eggs with bacon. Occasionally I will eat some Greek yoghurt, cheese or other dairy products but not every day.

I do drink coffee, I am a coffee lover… Mornings I have my bulletproof coffee and after dinner I treat myself with a coffee with some heavy whipped cream… But one day I’m gonna try to see how I feel if I don’t drink coffee, but that moment is not here yet.

5) What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet.

From the first week I was less tired and had less joint pain. A big relief because pain everyday, starts to make you so damn tired. My migraines never came back and after stopping eating greens and vegetables my intestinal pains were gone as well. Both things I had from birth. I had a lot of issues because of lyme disease and was nearly at a point I couldn’t walk anymore. I couldn’t lift things and even brushing my teeth became painful. In a few weeks after I started carnivore I felt better and after a couple of months I got even more energy back. I had no trouble sleeping, no joint pains, no migraines and no eczema. My muscles got stronger. After I started taking supplements from Ancestral like the bone marrow and the liver I was not only the old me again, but even better then the old me. I struggle eating head to toe that’s why I use the supplements.


6) What negatives have you found with the Carnivore Diet.

Lately I’m having a really dry skin, dry hair and hair loss and that’s bothering me a lot. So since this week I also started taking collagen from grass fed cows.


7) Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do.

No I didn’t. In the beginning they warned me. First heal your body fully and then work out or exercise again. First I couldn’t wait, I wanted to lift those weights again… But I waited… But actually I don’t need it, I don’t feel the need anymore.


8) What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

Please try it, it will change your live for the better. I wish I started this way of eating years ago and I’m sure I would have never got sick in the first place if I did. So please try it, but not for a week, at least try it for a month and longer is even better.

Try what feels best, there are a lot of ways eating this way..


9) Do you think Carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet.

I’m not sure, eating good meat here in Holland is more and more a thing. But trying to explain to people you only live on animal meat and don’t need anything next to it is hard to believe. Right now the vegan people are getting more popular because people still think you need vegetables and fruit because it’s healthy. But for me, that was the first thing that was making me ill. Eating plant based even made everything worse and almost broke my body.


10) Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

Meat healed my body and gave me back my live.

I post daily on my Instagram (mountain_keto_carnivore) pictures of everything I eat. I like to make pretty pictures especially from my coffee. I don’t post updates about how I’m feeling or what I went though. There are so much interesting people there who have the best advice and knowledge. But if people DM me or just ask me I will always tell my story and try to help where I can. It’s that help from others that has helped and taught me so much. I couldn’t have done it without their help so I’m so grateful I can’t explain in words.

I’m still learning and trying things out to see how my body reacts.

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The Wall Ultra 2021 – Training Week 19

Training Week 19

This weeks mileage:

29 miles running

14 miles walking the dogs

I didn’t walk as much as usual this week, which is a little disappointing but it is winter and I have skinny Lurchers so they hate going out in the cold haha.

Plus The Wife finished her virtual LEJOG walking and running challenge, and that meant I would go out walking with her on top of the dog walking. But that isn’t needed anymore, so I best factor that in, so my overall mileage of walking and running doesn’t drop too much.

Running wise I was pretty happy with my running this week. Got 3 good 4 mile runs in during the week on the paths in and around my town. The my “usual” 17 and a bit miler around the trails of my town on Saturday. The trail is a loop of 2 disused railway lines that have been converted into walking, cycling and horse riding paths. It was a bit icy in places on Saturday, and quite muddy, and one section was flooded. Which I had to wade through in my minimalist running shoes. So my feet got cold and very wet. With this in my as soon as I got home, I ordered some ArticDry waterproof socks. Hopefully they are a gamechanger for my winter running and hiking.

Sunday was a pretty miserable day weather wise, but I had a lot of fun testing out our new Alcohol and Wood Stove, these coupled with our “normal” gas stove means we should have a lot of options for our camping cooking next year and beyond.

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Aline

Interview with Aline

1) Introduce Yourself.

Hi I’m Aline aka Karnivorgirl. I’m a Swiss girl living in Nevada, USA. 

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

When I was 10 years old I decided to become a vegetarian (luckily not vegan!!!). At 21 it didn’t feel right anymore and my body started to crave meat. 

In 2014 I started getting into bodybuilding and of course started with a typical bodybuilding diet. Turkey, white rice, asparagus. Once a week I usually had a cheat day where I stuffed myself full of carbs. I just ate as much as I wanted when I wanted and whatever I wanted. Every time I got sick, overate and felt bad for at least two days. 

I got really sick in 2015. Chronic Mono, Hashimoto, CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome), IBS, Panic Attacks, Depression… ended up in the ER twice. In 2016 I got forced to a restrictive diet by my neurologist. I switched to keto fairly soon. 

I was all about numbers while being Keto. Dirty Keto! As long as I was in my numbers and it didn’t contain gluten and tomatoes, I was happy. I had cheat days where I just stuffed my belly with tons of “healthy” keto sweets and bacon. 

I have an eating disorder that probably started when I was 16 and my obsession with food got crazier and crazier. I had (still do, didn’t delete them) lists on my phone with all different kinds of “healthy” keto sweets with all the different flavors there are. Because I needed to try every single one of them. There are also lists where I wrote down how I ate every single one. Microwaved, frozen, with heavy whipping cream, with whipped heavy whipping cream, wrapped in bacon, with butter,…. I call it food OCD. 

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

Keto worked pretty good for a while for me. But I fell off every time a depression attack hit me. It started happening more often and the attacks last up to 2 weeks instead of just 1-3 days. Also the depressions came out of nowhere and vanished just as suddenly. 

November 2019 again I had such a bad attack. Like always I said I can’t anymore. I need to change something. This time I knew I need to completely change something. My friend told me about the carnivore diet about 2 years prior and for some reason out of nowhere I remembered it and knew that’s it! Even before I started I knew that’s what I have to do!

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

First I used it as an elimination diet and figured out very quickly I don’t do well with dairy especially cheese. After 30 days just ribeye salt and water I started reintroducing different things again but I kept having issues. I went back to just beef: steak, ground and very bloody roast. 

I realized I need to give my body more time to heal! Also the more different foods I’m able to eat the more my eating disorder reappears. I’ll start making lists again with all the different meats and egg variations I could combine and I’m getting overwhelmed and obsessed again. 

Also I figured out I’m always addicted to something. From Fruits, cereals, carbs, protein bars, keto sweets, bacon, heavy whipping cream, cheese to now fat. 

What works for me the best at the moment is: eating very lean. I can eat a lot more while still not being too high in calories. I tend to overeat if I eat delicious fatty meats cuz it’s just so good. But I also do allow myself days where I eat more fattier cuts because sometimes my body demands it. 

5) What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet.

So many. But I soon figured out unfortunately I’m not one of those lucky ones where carnivore just cured everything. I still had lots of problems while being carnivore. BUT everything was sooooo much worse when I wasn’t carnivore! At least when I was binge eating it was just on meat and my ibs and anxiety attacks were much less severe. 

Now I’m doing amazing! Even tho I’m still having some issues. Most times I’m actually able to listen to my body. This wasn’t possible on any other lifestyle. But I have to say I’m also taking a looooot of supplements. I guess my brain is just a bit wired differently. For me it’s a combination of the right supplements and being a currently very strict carnivore. And very slowly I keep adding more variety to my meals. 

6) What negatives have you found with the Carnivore Diet.

My fridge is basically empty but I never have enough freezer space. 

7) Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do.

I’d say I’m a carnivore athlete. Lol. I do weight lifting, pole fitness, MMA, Dancing, weapons training, hiking, cardio on the elliptical and basically whatever I can get my hands on. 

Beef Liver!!! Best preworkout ever!!! I get my best workouts with just 15-20g of beef liver rolled up in a very thin tiny slice of fatty meat. Gives me so much energy! I also like working out fasted but the beef liver before a hard training is the absolute best!

If you don’t like liver don’t look at it as food. Look at it as a supplement / medicine!

8) What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

Everybody’s body and brain are different and you need to find out what works best for you! 

But, you should definitely give carnivore a try. I’m convinced some form of carnivore is best for everyone. You just gotta figure out what form. And don’t forget there’s an adaption phase. Your body needs time to get rid of all the toxins and gets accustomed to a different lifestyle. Also your body keeps changing. Something that might have worked for you for a while suddenly won’t work anymore. Even on carnivore. 

9) Do you think Carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet.

I hope not. I don’t think carnivore should be used as a diet. Carnivore should be used as a lifestyle. And I hope it won’t become just the mainstream lifestyle. I hope it’ll just be the normal lifestyle that everyone is living in their own way that works best for them. 

10) Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

Everything happens for a reason! Never give up! NEVER!

Instagram: @karnivorgirl

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