Who would have thought that Ultramarathon training was a perfect lockdown pastime haha… but still Fuck You lockdown you bag of shite.
Christopher “I also feel very energetic and overall sleep better, my skin also has improved – I used to have eczema but no longer have it.”
What the carnivore diet teaches you is that the food you eat permeates every aspect of your life. Diets aren’t just for weight loss.
Sim “I had a major setback because of accidental poisoning. I tried to use oregano oil from a brand that turned out to be too highly concentrated. I had just hit my stride, was the leanest I had been in a decade by being carnivore for only 4 months.”
I can find marathon training is an absolute slog, but but in a funny way ultra training could be less draining. As anything you do outside, in nature, and moving by your own volition… is training. And I like being outdoors, so this will suit me better hopefully.
Cynthia “I have a couple of skin conditions, that usually flare up in the summer, and they didn’t occur at all this year. The first is a mild case of Hidradenitis Suppurativa, and I usually have a few painful weeks when it’s very hot and humid outside, but I didn’t have any this year. The second is Sun Poisoning (aka Polymorphous light eruption), which I’ve had since I was 8 or 9 years old, and I’ve had outbreaks every single summer.”
Red meat is loaded with almost every single essential nutrient. If you consume an entire animal, nose to tail, you can meet the requirement for every single nutrient. This cannot be said about a plant based diet.
Cara “I have decided it is better to choose a diet that I can stick with long term that makes me feel very good (keto) than to attempt and fail over and over at a diet that makes me feel great (zero-carb carnivore).”
I did feel really good on the long run, felt strong and had consistent energy, and pretty much kept to the same pace throughout.
Raf “Now, having so much energy this diet gives me I find it hard not to exercise. I always try to make my exercise pleasant and among nature – usually it is barefoot running in the forest or on the beach, also swimming in the ocean.”