I do have one carnivore diet success story regarding EDS, from Dawn which is an absolute doozy and is very inspirational. I would encourage everyone to read it.
Migraines are another one of the seemingly random ailments people can get. Where it is just one of those things, and you are just unlucky.
Something I would have accepted a few years ago, but now I believe nearly all diseases and ailments are your fault.
Nearly all people report to me some form of mental health boost on the carnivore diet.
I think 99.9% of people who have done carnivore for more than 3 months, will report a much improved body composition than when they started.
Weston A. Price is a great resource for tooth health if people want to check the books out. Where he showed people on traditional diets had great tooth health, as soon as they went onto a standard western diet… bad things would start to happen.
What if changing your diet would reduce the “pooling” of this inflammation in weak areas, meaning at least you could find relief and at best you would begin to heal.
Just remember everything you eat either helps you or harms you.
Most digestive issues seem to happen in the Large intestine, so I think if you ate food that digested food mainly in the stomach and small intestine then you would be less likley to suffer from digestive diseases like IBS.
Whilst I am a member of the brotherhood of the bald, I do have hair and whilst I cannot claim any has grown back I can definitely state that the hair I do have grows quicker.
Liv “I was learning about mineral balancing from Morley Robbins and have studied with him for 3 years. I have also studied nutrition alongside my other studies. I have healed myself with what I have learned from him and the Carnivore diet from; Hypothyroidism. Insulin resistance. Estrogen dominance. Periodontitis. High blood Pressure. Brain Fog. Adrenal Fatigue.”