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Carnivore Diet success stories with Emma

Interview with Emma

1) Introduce Yourself.

Hi, my name is Emma. I’m a mummy to a beautiful 3-year-old little boy. I have been a qualified nurse for 8 years and just recently been promoted to clinical lead.

I’ve always struggled with my weight even as a child. When I look back at my childhood and the foods I was eating, I can’t help but shudder! I can’t blame my parents as they were giving me foods only deemed ‘healthy’ but were far from the truth!

As a young teenager I would go out partying and mix the alco-pops with fried carb heavy food! No wonder the weight kept piling on. 

In my 20s I was overweight and I thought low calorie diets where carbs were heavily included were the way to go, how wrong. Weight watchers, slimming world were the heavy offenders! Promoting having carbs and eat as much speed food as you can but myself not realising that these speed foods were full of sugar. They promoted to eat 3 meals a day and 2 snacks!! Which I now know is insane, constantly stimulating an insulin response and making my body have a very bad issue of being insulin resistant. The hunger was beyond control due to the foods I was consuming not being satiating. The hungrier I was the more overeating I would do at the next meal. Such a vicious cycle I was stuck in. I’d drop at the very most 2 stone and more would come back on. It was neve1r sustainable.

August 2019 myself and my fiancé decided to try Keto. That was 18 months ago and I’m down 68lbs.  I have never felt healthier! 

Keto/carnivore has given me the ability to not be ruled by food, and as a family we are teaching our little boy the appropriate relationship with food. 

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

I was on keto before carnivore, so I was eating all different varieties of foods but found I still would overindulge if I could on deserts!! My weakness! 

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

I hated counting macros I was so religious I would not eat anything unless it was counted for. I felt a little but like I was not free to just enjoy the food I would be so worried I over consumed my carbs. Carnivore gave me freedom to eat from a certain variety of food without that pressure. 


4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

I stuck to a variety of meats, eggs, and little dairy consumption with no variance of plan for about 9 months. The last few months I have been experimenting with adding pecans, cacao, and avocado in. However, I have learned my body does not appreciate the avocado at all. It leaves me with bad stomach cramps. This might be down too not having a tolerance for this food anymore. 

Due to my working schedule, I do OMAD Monday-Friday and weekends 2MAD this seems to be working well. 


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

My energy levels are amazing, I am so satiated which allows me to OMAD quite regularly. 

A huge benefit I’ve noticed on carnivore is I can see more that my visceral fat has melted away! My waist has gone tiny and that’s where I held all my fat post having a baby. 

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

Depending on my hormones being female I would have really bad food aversions and the sight of certain meats would turn me. Which makes it difficult on an all-meat diet! 


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

I have been recovering from a work injury so only been doing controlled physio. However, I have just started a new fitness goal and its going well. 


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

What have you got to lose? Trust that your body will thank you for this huge leap of faith. Make sure you look at the research, so you know you are getting all your nutrients. But just simply enjoy!!! Let loose and feel the freedom of not being controlled by sugar cravings. Take back the control! Its liberating!!! 


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

I would hope so but not until the government decide to delete all their so-called research for what is considered a ‘balanced diet’. 

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

Try it! I was only going to do carnivore for a week, that went on to a month and then it became 11 months.!! I have never been happier! 

Yes, the weight loss helps but truly my relationship with food and general health have improved so much. Why would I ever want to go back to being sluggish, carb induced obesity! 

Eat the meat you can it doesn’t have to be expensive. Make small changes to being with and you will notice massive improvements in yourself.  You can find me on instagram @ ourmetabolicjourney

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Carnivore Diet success stories with Richard

Interview with Richard

1) Introduce Yourself.

Hi, my name is Richard. I am 42 years old. I’m engaged to my fiancée Emma and we have a 3-year-old son who follows a ketogenic diet. 

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

Ketogenic diet for 7 months. Prior to this I struggled unsuccessfully with low calorie, low fat diets.

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

I started as a one-month trial initially not expecting to do it long term. I tried this following weight loss stall on keto. I was curious about claims of improved digestion and leaner bodies.

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

Try to eat beef and at least 6 eggs every day.  I eat a variety of meats including lamb, pork, chicken, salmon, trout, haddock, scallops, and prawns. For beef, pork, lamb, and chicken, I eat the fattiest cuts available.  I cook mainly in ghee and beef dripping/tallow.  I eat liver and heart twice a month on average.  I season food in salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder and sometimes chilli powder and paprika.  I use condiments but limit to very low carb hot sauces.  I limit dairy but do not avoid it completely.  I eat desserts quite frequently made from eggs, sour cream, vanilla and erythritol. I drink mainly mineral water. I often drink black coffee but have recently switch to black tea. Treats are very very rare and are strictly limited to keto foods which include some nut flours, erythritol and cacao. Meal frequency is usually OMAD or 2MAD with no snacks.  I eat until I am absolutely full.

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

Improved digestion.  Further weight loss. Leaner body.  Fewer cravings. No need to track calories or macros. Easier food prep than keto. 

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

Lack of variety but I got used to it pretty quickly.  Less energy than on keto.  

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

Yes. I do weightlifting and body weight resistance circuit/Hiit training 2-3 times a week. Usually 20-45 minutes.  

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

Understand your reasons for doing it. Is it an elimination diet for ailments, digestive reset, or long-term body composition reason?  If your gonna trial it, stick it out for at least 30-60 days.  Don’t worry about the lack of fibre, you don’t need fibre in your diet.  Carnivore isn’t as limiting as you think, and you get used to eating what’s available. There’s some flexibility depending on your body’s tolerances, like some veg, dairy, berries etc. 

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

Absolutely not. There is too much stigma and too much influence by regulatory bodies, celebrities, big food etc.  There’s not enough accessible or widespread education on the subject unless you are open minded and willing to look things up yourself. Messages regarding environmental issues are very inaccurate and misleading.  Misconceptions over saturated fats and red meat need to be corrected.  

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

Ask yourself ‘If our existence on this plant is based on the successful evolution of our ancestors, what did our ancestors eat for 100s of million years?’ If you don’t know, look it up using quality data.  Do you think eating anything different to this in the past 100 years of our existence will improve on this?

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World Carnivore Month 2021 – Obesity – Day 1

Carnivore vs Obesity

Obesity

Obesity is something that a lot of people struggle with.

And weight loss diet plans is a billion dollar industry, and they all come will various bells and whistles… but nearly all of them can be boiled down to limiting your portions and increasing your exercise.

They rarely teach you anything about why things are good and bad for you, and if Slimming World and Weight Watchers were actually successful in people losing weight and keeping it off… then they would be out of business.

Obesity numbers

83% of American men are overweight or obese

72% of American women are overweight or obese

$140+ billion, cost to the American Health Care System

67% of men in the UK are overweight or obese

60% of women are overweight or obese

£4.2+ billion, cost to to the NHS… projected to be over 10 billion by 2020. That means people like me will have to help cover that black hole.

Every pound you are overweight, and every day you are overweight for… you increase your risk of metabolic disease. As we have seen in 2020, having poor metabolic health can be a death sentence when a new virus raises its ugly head.

So, if you want to help save yourself and save your national health care system billions, then you need to take it upon yourself to lose weight.

How can carnivore help

There are a whole host of things that result in someone being overweight: lack of knowledge, like of care, following poor advice from health professionals, sedentary life, lack of hobbies, a food supply filled with sugar and junk seed oils… and a million more reasons probably.

The world is set up to make you fat, and then the pharmaceutical industry is there to try to drug you out of the health hole you have created.

Another way is to try to get back to basics. Eat food we have always eaten throughout our evolution, and avoid foods that have only recently become available.

The Carnivore Diet helps you increase the amount of highly nutrient dense you consume, and it basically eliminates all junk food. These two things help you lose weight and more importantly keep it off.

There are almost endless debates on the reasons behind why and how people lose weight, and I am sure people purposely make it complicated to make money from you.

You can skip all that though, and you might not know this… but you can lose weight by eating your fill of ribeye’s and put all those charlatan dieticians out of a job.

Carnivore Diet success stories

I have over 40 carnivore diet weight loss transformations just on my blog, never mind all the transformations you see on the groups, forums and Instagram. Check out the stories on my blog here – https://ketogenicendurance.com/tag/obesity/

Rich “The benefits I’ve seen are numerous and unequivocally easy compared to what I’ve tried in the past. I exercise the same amount or less, and have lost 70 lbs. I am currently around 210 lbs. My IBS, gas, bloating, lower abdominal pain is completely resolved, along with my acne prone skin. My anxiety is much better, but I have health anxiety that stems from something when I was younger and most likely unrelated to diet. My hair and nails grow thicker and faster. I am sleeping much better.”

Laura ” I am 34 year old working Mom.  I lost 120 pounds in 10 months on a Carnivore diet (the first couple months were keto).  I have been maintaining that weight loss for the last 6 months.  My husband is also carnivore (look for his story too coming up) and our kids (5 and 3) eat a clean, whole foods diet.  We focus on feeding them high protein meals and keeping grains, sugars, and seed oils out of their diet.”

Landon “I restarted my Carnivore journey on January 1st. My blood pressure on January 2nd was 163/98 with a BPM of 84. Today it was 121/73 with a BPM of 68. I’ve lost 59 pounds so far this year and a total of 79. I have lost 7 inches from my stomach and 5 from my chest. My blood sugar ranges from 65 – 85. I no longer sleep with my cpap and am as quiet as a mouse. I’m off all my Bipolar and heart medication.”

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Cynthia

Interview with Cynthia

1) Introduce Yourself.

My name is Cynthia, I’m in my early 50s and I’m an Executive Assistant for a science and technology company in Pennsylvania.  I’ve been Carnivore since January 5, 2020. 

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

Growing up my family ate the Standard American Diet (SAD) and in my late teens and 20’s I briefly tried a Low Fat Diet, but I really hated it.  I ate Low Carb for many years because it was the only diet that I could maintain for more than a week, without feeling hangry.  I switched to the Ketogenic Diet a few years ago and then, this past January, I decided to give Carnivore a try.

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

I mainly started Carnivore for weight-loss purposes.  After a death in the family, when I was 29, I initially lost some weight but as grief set in I began comfort eating and gained quite a bit of weight over a short period of time.  During my 30’s, I was obese and extremely addicted to processed foods, fast foods and sweets.  Low fat diets were torture for me, when had I tried them.  So, when I found Low Carb I was very happy for quite a while, until my weight stalled.  As an adult I’ve always questioned the mainstream diet recommendations because they were clearly more about big business, the food industry and the government making money, than about health.  I don’t remember if I first came across information about the Carnivore Diet on Facebook or on YouTube but the more I researched it, the more sense it made to me.  I had been doing a lot of Fasting, along with my Ketogenic Lifestyle, and I thought that trying Carnivore could help me lose the last of my lingering extra weight, and also cut down on the Fasting while still receiving the healing effects of a “fasting-mimicking diet”.  I was also hoping that Carnivore would help me stop craving the Keto treats and dark chocolate.

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

When I started in January, I approached it as a 30 day trial.  During my first week or two, I came across info on Carnivore 75 Hard and decided to extend it to 75 days.  Then at the 75 day mark, I extended it to 90 days.  By the 90th day, I was sure this was the best way of eating for me and my lifestyle.  When I first began, I ate a big variety of meats, poultry, seafood and dairy.  It took me a while to get used to not having any “sides” with my protein.  I was basically using chicken or seafood as side dishes with either beef or pork as the main course.  These days I still eat a variety, but it’s almost always based around Beef, and I don’t have dairy very often (except butter).  Some of my favorite foods are Ribeye and Porterhouse Steaks, Beef Short Ribs, Hamburgers topped with Kerrygold butter and crispy Chicken Thighs.  I eat eggs quite a bit, but not every single day, and I occasionally include beef liver and chicken livers.  I usually have my lunch around 2 pm and my dinner around 8:30 pm.  Lately, I’ve been experimenting with adding more Beef Suet or Beef Fat Trimmings every couple of days.  

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

Within the first month, I noticed that all of my regular aches and pains had disappeared, my mood stabilized and I had great energy.  It took several months before the cravings went away. Now, every once in a while, I’ll think of something that I used to eat all the time and I think “I’d like to have that”, but I don’t actually crave it.  Now it’s just a passing thought.  I no longer have any bloating or gas and my painful indigestion has all but disappeared. Also, my dental cleanings are much quicker and less painful than they used to be.

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.  I have always limited my direct sunlight exposure to no more that 30 mins, to minimize my reactions.  This summer I noticed that the usual reactions, on the back of my hands, were not occurring like they had every other year before.  I decided to test it.  So, every sunny weekend, I spent a little more time in direct sunlight to see if my skin would react.  It did not.  My longest test was when I spent 4 hours, in direct sunlight on the beach, and the only thing that happened was I got a bit of a tan.  No rash, no itchiness, no discomfort.  It seems that Carnivore has put my skin conditions into remission.  I was floored and ecstatic!  Oh, and I haven’t had the hiccups at all this year.  I don’t know for sure if that is because of Carnivore or not but…it could be.

I did lose some weight, but the inches lost and the change in my body composition were more noticeable.  The scale is the least helpful tool when it comes to gauging your progress on the Carnivore Diet.  Since January, I have gone from wearing a size XL to a Medium, or a size 14 to a size 10 in US sizes.  I also love the fact that I don’t have any true cravings anymore and that I don’t think about food all day, from the time I wake up to the time I go to sleep, the way I used to on the SAD, Low Fat and even Low Carb diets.

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

Oy, the grease all over the stovetop and air-fryer!  The amount of splatter and clean-up from searing my steaks is definitely a negative.  LOL!  

Similar to some folks, I also had the transitional intestinal distress, for about a week upon starting the Carnivore Diet.  I chose to do a Water Fast for a few days and when I slowly added food back in (started with Bone Broth for a day or two) I no longer needed to run to the bathroom (thank goodness).

Eating out can be a challenge, and a bit pricey, especially when a restaurant refuses to give a discount for ordering a protein without all of the salads, side dishes, vegetables and breads.  A $12.00 burger patty with one slice of cheese is just outrageous!

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

I don’t do much exercise outside of the occasional walks and periodic use of my dumbbells.  I know that I should really “workout” to be healthy but I just don’t love working out.  I also have Osteoarthritis in my hips and I was hoping that Carnivore would help reduce that pain but it hasn’t. Unfortunately, that makes it more difficult to walk long distances like I used to.

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

Do your research before starting.  Utilize all the resources that you can (e.g., Google, YouTube Videos, Carnivore Facebook Groups, Instagram Influencers, Podcasts, etc.).  Give yourself at least 30 days to try it and pay attention to how you feel prior to starting Carnivore, during and at the end of your 30 days.  Meal prep at the beginning so that you always have something that you like to eat ready in your fridge (burgers, bacon, steak, chicken, eggs, etc.).  Only eat when you’re hungry and eat until you’re satisfied each time that you do eat.  Pay attention to how your body, your mind, and your mood feels, and possibly reacts, to the different things that you eat.

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

That would be great, but I don’t think it will ever be accepted as mainstream, unfortunately.  There just isn’t enough money to be made in the Carnivore Diet for Government and Big Business to support it.  Plus, since the mainstream media reports on what the Government, and/or Big Business, tells them to….they probably won’t share the anecdotal evidence, the real-world testimonials or the obvious health benefits of Carnivore.

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

Honestly, except for the Osteoarthritis hip pain (due to age), I haven’t felt this good since I was in my 20’s.  Anybody interested can follow me on my Instagram – @cyns_joy.  I share photos and the occasional video of my Carnivore journey.  Good luck to all who decide take on this great adventure.  It is worth it!

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Alli

Interview with Alli

1) Introduce Yourself.

Hi! I’m Alli Penn! I am a wife and mother and so much more! I live in the great state of Texas (hello Texas beef!!!) but I love traveling and spending time in Arizona and Idaho when I get the chance. I have two beautiful daughters, and my calling in life is to be the best wife and mother I can be! I am a cheery, gregarious person who loves to be around people, and I’m known for my loud, uninhibited laugh. Every day, I wake up and have fun trying to make my husband and kids laugh. I love to be happy and silly. My husband is my best friend and the most amazing partner I could ever ask for and after 15 years of being together, he knows me better than I know myself. We enjoy what I would call a traditional marriage. I take care of the home, and he works outside of the home. We both love our jobs and are very happy with this setup! I am very focused on raising two strong, confident young ladies right now (my daughters are 8 and 6 years old) but I always find time to have fun and be around people. I will never pass up a girls weekend, karaoke night or a fun vacation! I secretly want to do stand up comedy someday and haven’t given up on that dream just yet. I love to learn, research, work hard and strive to be the best version of myself every day while having fun doing it!


2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

Before becoming a carnivore, I was always going on and off diets to try to lose weight. I would always lose 15-20 lbs. and then my weight loss would completely stall, I would give up, and gain that weight back and then some. When I wasn’t on a specific diet (and I tried them all including keto multiple times), I would eat the SAD diet. One thing that was always a part of my diet was beef and bacon except for the one time I tried veganism and even then, I didn’t fully get rid of bacon so I’m not sure that counts. Ha! I have always inherently understood how much my body specifically needed beef. I innately always sought to eat beef which is so interesting to me now. I think our bodies truly know what to do if we learn to listen. It has always been something subconscious for me. After reading much information from Dr. Jason Fung and Dr. Robert Lustig on obesity, I truly believed and understood that I had to get my insulin and carbs under control. I attempted the keto diet multiple times but never had much success. It was quite frustrating. Through my exploration of keto and low carb diets, I finally ran across Dr. Shawn Baker and read his book, The Carnivore Diet. I was intrigued. It took me a year before I finally took the plunge and started carnivore. I wish I had started sooner but the timing was right in April 2020, and I was able to be as dedicated as possible to make the proper changes in my diet.

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

I absolutely love beef and bacon. I dislike vegetables. So the diet didn’t seem like much of a stretch for me. I found Dr. Baker and the research he presented really made sense. Most importantly, I was living with significant pain in my life. For 6 months prior to starting carnivore, I had plantars fasciitis pain in my feet that was getting worse and worse. I struggled getting out of bed in the morning. I had to immediately put on tennis shoes just so I could walk, and my pain was severe. I’m 38 years old with two young children, and I was desperate because of my pain. My quality of life was horrible. I couldn’t even get upstairs easily to take care of my kids when they needed me. It was a wake up call. But I had experienced wake up calls before and been very strict on diets but made very little progress in my past dieting efforts so I was getting hopeless. Desperation is sometimes not enough. I needed desperation, my WHY plus I needed the right HOW! The HOW for me was carnivore! I began carnivore on April 23, 2020. In the midst of a pandemic, I knew I would either sit around and eat or I could take the opportunity to try to come out of the quarantine better than before. I am an optimistic person who truly believes in the mantra “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again”. And I had done this over and over with multiple failures. I had learned something new with each failure, and I just prayed I was finally on the brink of finally having a success. I knew I owed “one more try” to myself, my children and my husband. I believed there was something different about carnivore, and I had hope for the first time in a long time. I told myself I would be a strict carnivore (plus coffee!) for 60 days with zero deviation from the diet.

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

The best advice I decided to heed in the beginning was to “eat meat like it’s your job!”. This was said by Dr. Shawn Baker, and I believe that advice had a lot to do with my early success. For the first 30-60 days, I ate 2-3 meals a day and kept myself very full from eating meat! Always shooting for no less than 1.5 lbs of meat. For the first 6 months, I simply ate exactly what I wanted at any given time. Sometimes that was steak, other times it was fast food burger patties or eggs and bacon or sausage… and I loved every meal. I am now expanding my palate a bit more to maximize nutrients in my diet… not that I was missing anything before. My bloodwork 3 months into carnivore was perfect. I have recently been making chicken liver pate and adding beef liver and beef heart into my ground beef taco or chili bowls to increase the nutrients I consume. I’m also aiming to eat salmon and shellfish once per week and add more egg yolks to my diet. I’m not a big seafood person but I’m starting to enjoy it. I use Redmond’s or Pink Himalayan Salt to salt my food quite a bit. I do not track macros at all but I do try to loosely ballpark the amount of meat I eat, shooting for 1-2 lbs of meat each day. On the days when I only eat OMAD, I do sometimes push myself to eat a bit more than seems natural for me. Just slightly. This doesn’t work for everyone but has worked for me. I usually eat two meals on the day before my 44 hour fast and 2 meals the day following. Most other days, I eat when I get hungry which is normally only once per day around 2pm. I rarely if ever eat before 12 pm or past 5 pm. Again, this is just naturally what my body tells me to do. I aim to be intuitive. These are not hard and fast rules I am working toward, it’s just where my body has landed by being mindful.

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

Within 4 days of starting carnivore, my debilitating plantars fasciitis went away completely and hasn’t returned except for the one time I ate some tortilla chips. 🙂 I also had struggled with SI joint pain and knee pain both of which have gone away completely. I have steady moods and feel a peaceful calm in my body. I can easily fast when needed and often choose to fast for about 44-48 hours once per week which equates to about two nights and one full day which is very doable for me and quite beneficial as well especially for weight loss. I didn’t start fasting weekly until about the 4th month of going carnivore. I must be so fat adapted now, it’s very easy. A couple times a day on my fast days, I will get a hunger sensation where I have to have a moment of mindfulness to remind myself that the hunger will pass. It always does, and quite quickly I might add.

When I started carnivore, I was 120 lbs overweight. I have now lost 60 lbs after completing my 6th month of this carnivore way of eating. I have truly taken it one day at a time. I never thought I would be down 60 lbs and feeling so great! Being halfway there, I now have full confidence that I’ll make it all the way. I have no expectations for when I will reach my goal. My goal is ultimate health! I have patience in the process and trust my body. I finally understand how to nourish my body so I know the rest will follow.

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

If I do not eat enough salt and fat, I can get leg cramps. This is very easy for me to avoid though. I use lots of salt and always eat lots of fat! My digestion is perfect. It was definitely a bit of an adjustment at first. That’s why I believe that my decision to go 60 days full strict carnivore with zero deviations (I did include coffee and some dairy) made the difference in my results. By the time I hit 60 days, I was fully adjusted to the diet, my taste buds had changed, my carb addictions were gone and there was no going back!!

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

Let me be vulnerable for a minute and completely honest. I have two fears regarding exercise. The first fear is that it will hurt. Because it used to cause me pain. It doesn’t anymore but I’m still working toward not being worried about that. The second fear is that it will make me hungry and that hunger will undermine my results and progress. This has actually happened quite a bit in the past. My hunger increases considerably when I exercise so I am giving myself some time to continue the weight loss without stressing over starting a serious exercise routine. I enjoy exercise, specifically strength training (in the past I’ve even done crossfit and olympic lifting) and hope to get back into exercising as more of a routine soon. Schools and gyms being closed has put a damper on things as well. But for now, I focus on being active with my kids. I am a homemaker so I rarely if ever sit down. I am always doing something. I now have the ability to go on bike rides with my kids, run to the park with them, etc. While we are at the park or anytime around the house, I will do little calisthenics exercises here and there. I take the stairs a lot. I keep moving! I exercise in the garage with my very fit husband on the weekends! I look forward to growing in my fitness in the next year! 🙂

For anyone who is curious, I was not a fat kid or adolescent. I was always the tallest girl in my group of friends at 5′ 6″ and weighed more than my 5′ 2″ friends and always a bit more curvy so I thought I was fat but wow, I was not at all. I went to cheerleading practice at 2pm on school days which included strenuous conditioning and stretching, then home for dinner and headed to tumbling/gymnastics or dance. After that, I would then go walking, running or to the gym to lift weights with friends. I was super active in a fun social way without really even trying or being conscious of it. The activities I did were fun to me. Then when college hit and all of that went away, I quickly gained weight. After college, my desk job and following the horrible eating habits of corporate America, caused weight gain. I thought I was just doing what was normal and what everyone else did. Staying up late, getting sugary coffees on the way to work and having big lunches out to get a break from work. Turns out that going against the grain and being different and thinking for myself has been one of my main keys to success now. Next came pregnancies and little knowledge on my part on how to lose weight after baby. I ended up 120 lbs overweight after my 2nd baby.

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

I always say this diet is not for everyone. I think there actually needs to be a bit of desperation and a solid understanding of WHY. That’s not to say it can’t be an incredibly enjoyable experience following this way of eating. My husband certainly wasn’t desperate in any way — he was already healthy and fit. But after watching my success, he quickly became mostly carnivore because he wants the best health possible and he sees now that comes by eating mostly meat but he varies his diet a bit more than me. I don’t have a choice. If I deviate from carnivore, I wake up in pain. I’m actually quite thankful for that because it keeps me consistent. This is not the diet for those people wanting to lose weight before an event and then go back to “normal” eating. This is a new way of life and mindset. This is the proper human diet (thanks Dr. Ken Berry!) that will heal your body from the inside out and give you a quality of life that is almost unimaginable. But you have to wake up every day and be different from everyone else. I have had multiple friends worry about me not eating vegetables. When I tell them my pain is gone and my bloodwork is perfect (my triglycerides went from 235 to 105 within 3 months of starting carnivore and my C-reactive protein is 0.5; HbA1c is 4.7% and fasted glucose is 89), it’s almost as if they don’t care because they simply cannot imagine avoiding vegetables. They think I must be on the verge of a major depletion of nutrients despite my explaining to them that liver is the new kale. 🙂

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

I don’t think enough people are okay with being different and thinking for themselves. This diet requires it. Between that and the incredible about of power that Big Food and Big Pharma have on the mainstream media and within the government, I have every reason to believe that red meat will continue to be more and more vilified. I am optimistic though and think that sharing our individual stories is powerful so thank you for allowing me to share mine! 🙂

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

The carnivore way of eating has given me LIFE CHANGING FREEDOM!! Freedom from pain, freedom from dieting, freedom from worrying about my weight, freedom from shame and humiliation from trying another diet that didn’t work, freedom from overeating, freedom from obsessing over my next meal. It’s also given me simplicity. An easier life. A happier life. I just wake up every day and eat fatty meat when I’m hungry. Each month with very little effort and eating lots of amazing food (1-2 lbs of meat per day), I lose 8-12 lbs per month. It’s effortless, It’s enjoyable. I have no more issues with joint pain or foot pain. I feel incredible. I have not felt deprived even once. My life is changed in every way for the better! I am celebrating so many wins. I believe in this way of life. I am never going back.  My instagram is @beefandbacongirl which I created in order to take part in the amazingly supportive and uplifting carnivore community. I do not edit my pictures or try to make my pictures look pretty and perfect. I just try to show a raw, real example of what living a carnivore lifestyle can do for a regular girl like me and make some meat-eating friends along the way! Thanks for letting me share my story here!

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with David

Interview with David

1) Introduce Yourself.

My name is David Zamoider

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

I ate whatever I felt like for years, with various dalliances in low carb, including 2 years off and on just before I tried carnivore. 

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

Keto wasn’t cutting it for me anymore. It was too easy to overindulge in keto foods under the guise of low net carbs. 

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

I started by eating just meat when I was hungry, and incorporating fasts of various lengths, as a way to test myself. I had decided at the beginning I would be the John Wick of carnivore, a man of sheer focus and force of will, and that I wouldn’t cheat and I wouldn’t quit. As I progressed I discovered how effective OMAD was for me, and that is where I have been for the last several months, the majority of my time as a carnivore. I eat meat, fat salt and water, but I don’t discriminate on the type of meat, I eat anything that sounds good, steak, burgers, chicken, pork, bacon, lamb, goat, and organ meats to name a few. I use exclusively Redmonds kosher salt. 

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

In 10 months I have lost almost 140 lbs, reversed a number of inflammatory conditions including Hidradenitis Suppurativa, and vastly improved my mental health. 

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

I have found no negatives. I eat as much as I want til I’m full. I rarely miss sweets or carbs, when I do I drink water and move on. I don’t feel restricted at all, the only semi difficulty is getting enough food when out to eat with family or friends at restaurants, most places load food with sugar or carbs or fry them in veggie oil. 

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

I did not at the beginning. Covid was part of that, but when the gyms opened here in June my wife and I signed up, and my health improved even further and now I’m in the gym 7 days a week. 

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

Give it a try, what do you have to lose? You have to go into it with an open mind, and fully commit. It will not work for you if you half ass it. 

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

I believe if research can be done, it will become more accepted, it’s a ways away, but it’s possible. 

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

There is no one size fits all approach to eating. You have to find what works for you and run with it. Strip yourself down to just meat and water and after a few months add things back in one at a time and see how your body responds and adjust accordingly. No one has your body but you. You can follow me on Instagram at @cursingcarnivore

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Mike

Interview with Mike

1) Introduce Yourself.

My name is Mike Lewis. I work as a medical doctor in the UK. I work in A&E and General Practice. Married with 3 grown up children and 2 grandchildren aged 3 and 1. I live in the Lake District in the UK. 


2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

I have followed a low carb diet for years. Initially the Atkins diet. He definitely had the main idea correct. He was criticised by the uninformed but I liked his philosophy. And why shouldn’t you try and make money from an idea you and your life’s work. Contrary to popular belief he wasn’t obese when he died from a head injury in 2003. 

My diet has changed over the years to paleo then ketogenic before carnivore. 


3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

The evidence seemed to be convincing that the majority of plants weren’t that healthy an option. Many of our ideas about how great they were to eat are based on marketing and the factual information doesn’t match this hype. 


4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

I started off eating mostly steak, lamb, chicken, eggs and dairy. I still drank coffee with cream initially. Then I dropped the chicken and then dairy and added in organ meats. So now I have steaks, heart and liver (mostly beef) and eggs. I eat twice a day. Still have coffee without cream though.  


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

Since making that change I have lost a further 8lbs and % body fat is 16.  I weigh 151 Lbs and 5’9”. Much more energy. Never had any medical issues to begin with and not on any medication. I’m in ketosis all the time but rarely check it any more. 


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

None personally. Loose stools were noticeable sometimes on the ketogenic diet but ok on carnivore. My wife is not a big fan but that’s mainly because there is uncooked beef liver and heart in the fridge. I don’t eat it raw by the way. Some people do but that is not for me. 


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

I am a CrossFit guy so workout most days for an hour. I would recommend this to anyone no matter what stage of fitness. Lifting heavy is probably THE most beneficial exercise you can do. 


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

Do it. It’s simple. Doesn’t have to be expensive as you are not buying a whole load of crap to eat too. I’m hardly ever hungry and I eat twice a day in average. You don’t have to be super strict just eat when you want. You can generally eat as much as you want too. It’s almost impossible to overeat doing carnivore in my experience. And I’m 2 years in now. 


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

Probably not. It’s going to take several generations to change the attitudes of many, medical doctors especially. But we’ll keep putting the message out there. 


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

Keep reading about it. Most of all, just start. Take a load of pics before you start because you will be amazed at the changes. 

Follow Dr Shawn Baker, Dr Berry, Dr Paul Saladino and Dr Robert Cynewes

And me of course @dr_michael_lewis on Instagram.  


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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Craig

Interview with Craig

1) Introduce Yourself.

My Name is Craig Smart I’m a Gold and Platinum Singer Songwriter.

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

Bar food, restaurant food. Didn’t cook at all. I was eating, burgers, chicken wings, chicken fingers, drinking beer. Chicken mashed potatoes, beef now and then. I never did like vegetables though. Which I was chastised for by friends, nor did I eat eggs before the carnivore diet.

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

I saw Jordan Peterson on the Joe Rogan show, as well as seeing Sean Baker. So I researched a lot of carnivore pages, and because I never liked vegetables to begin with, nor did I see the point of them, it looked like a diet that I would love, and could thrive on, and continue with, which I have. I started on February,19,2020

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

I have usually been eating once or twice a day on the carnivore diet, I’m have a Ribeye, or New York with three eggs, and maybe some bacon now and then, and some cheese, or Chicken thighs, or pork chops. I drink beef bone broth now and then, and doing my best to only buy grass fed butter with grass-fed beef and free range chickens.

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

I’ve lost 50 lbs, and am in the best physical shape I’ve ever been in in my life and I’m 51. And I feel great!!

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

The only negatives I’ve found, is going to restaurants that make it hard for me to eat my diet. Lol

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

I do exercise. I have lots of strength, and I’m trying to get lean, so not lifting incredibly heavy weights.

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

I would tell them, as I’ve told many of my friends that have seen my transformation, and asked me what have I done, to try it for 30 days, and see how they feel? One girl friend of mine who runs a hospital has already lost 30 lbs, and loved it!

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

I sure hope not, otherwise there will be no meat left for me. LOL I don’t think it will go mainstream, because it doesn’t meet the plant-based narrative to keep people in hospitals, and buying pills.

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

People can follow me on my Instagram page @smartcarnivore

I’d like to ask, people to do their research on Red Meat, and the health benefits of a high fat low carb, high protein diet verses referring to old science, propagated by BIG Pharma, vilifying red meat, by telling people it’s unhealthy, and Carcinogenic. And that if they’re curious about the Carnivore Diet, they should try it out for 30 days and see how they feel.

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Leigh

Interview with Leigh

1) Introduce Yourself.

My name is Leigh Roberts.I am 24 years old. I’m a stay at home mother to two young children under the age of Two! My hobbies include cooking, baking, swimming, cycling, and playing squash.

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

Last year, I was pregnant with my daughter who is now 10 months old. She was predicted to be a very small baby when born. This was a result of suffering from really bad hyperemesis in the first half of my pregnancy which had left me in hospital on several drips. As soon as i was able to eat again, I ate it all! It had worked, She was born a decent 8lb 1oz.

I gained a huge amount of weight from eating so much and thought that I would lose it all during breastfeeding but that didn’t happen. I was still eating everything I could get my hands on and downing calorie shakes to boost my milk supply. I stopped breastfeeding at 11 weeks. (This was not weight related in anyway)

I then decided to do keto but I found macro counting absolutely tedious. I hated constanly counting macros and trying to figure out how much of everything I should eat, I lasted a little while but around Christmas, I gave up and let myself indulge with the family

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

I wondered if I was able to have zero carbs, no more eating vegetables as I’ve always been a huge meat lover. I googled it and came across Carnivore. I didn’t find much information apart from the negative reviews and sites calling it a fad diet, I wanted to see the other side and so I decided to join several groups on Facebook and check out what the real Carnivores was saying and how it benefits them! I ended up starting on new years day!

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

At the beginning, I wasn’t very strict about it, I was drinking drinks containing artificial sweeteners, I was eating tons of dairy and drinking spirits, I was getting the results that I hoped for. On my birthday (which is mid march), I accidentally drank a coke cherry that I wrongly assumed was zero sugar with rum and I had the worse stomach pains, the next three days was painful and I broke out in terrible acne, I then realised that I need to be more careful with what I’m eating. I soon moved on to drinking just water and I decided to cut out the cheese and cream which I believe was also holding me back. I now eat Beef, Seafood, Eggs, Fish and salt.

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

The major one has been weightloss! It was the original reason for starting carnivore and it actually worked! I started off as 68kg which is overweight for my height and I am now a healthy 55kgs!

Another benefit has been the change in my skin and hair. My skin is a lot clearer and after 10 years of acne, its a huge relief! I have tried all sorts of acne treatments for my skin from over the counter treatments, prescription treatments and even antibiotics for 3 years. None of these worked. If only my teenage self knew about carnivore!

My hair is so thick now! I actually recently shaved it off because I want to grow it out natural and undyed. So far it’s thicker than ever and I cannot wait to see how it looks when it is long again!

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

The negatives for me personally would be the carb cravings. The rest of my family are not carnivore, the arent even close. There is always junk food in the house and it does get hard to resist but then I think about that diet coke and cringe, there’s no way that I would put up with 3 days of pain for a custard pastry! 😉

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

I don’t exercise anymore than I usually would but I have found that the exercise that I do is A LOT easier than how it was before, I have more energy and endurance! I don’t know if that’s carnivore related, weightloss related or both but it definitely makes exercise more fun and rewarding!

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

Do it, seriously, just try it for a month and see how you feel! You will never know if it’s right for you if dont take that leap!

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

No. And that’s okay!

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

I am on instagram @Leighdoescarnivore. If you are thinking of doing carnivore or you have any questions, please just send me a message! I will always try and help you out and offer honest advice.

I also want to add that not everyone suffers from diarrhoea at the beginning of doing carnivore. I didn’t, I poop great!

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Steve

Interview with Steve

1) Introduce Yourself.

My name is Stephen Machina, a born and raised Texan. Before COVID-19, I ran a corporate dining cafe and catering program so being surrounded by delicious food day in and day out was the norm for me. Even though I was heavily involved in sports all the way through high school, I somehow was still always the fat kid growing up. That’s certainly not easy when you’re as competitive as I am. A lot of people don’t believe in epiphanies, but it wasn’t until recently that I decided to make a positive, 180-degree change in my life.

2) How did you eat before Carnivore?

For the majority of my life, I had a very poor diet – especially once I graduated from high school. I wasn’t playing sports anymore and eating and drinking became my outlet. Countless cheeseburgers, fried foods, pizza and A LOT of beer. In fact, craft beer became a hobby of mine! Not too long before I started Carnivore, I experimented with some intermittent fasting and switched from beer to Vodka/water, noticing some weight loss results before the diet even began.

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

Corporate dining and catering can be a physically demanding job. On big catering days, I could walk 15 or more miles in a day. I was always exhausted and my head felt cloudy on a regular basis. I am a big fan of Joe Rogan’s podcast and I had just happened to see Chris Bell’s name in a video title. Chris Bell is a talented documentary filmmaker that I had followed a few years ago. On this particular podcast, he and his brother talked to Joe about the Carnivore diet. Shortly after watching the podcast, I had my last hoorah at a family friend’s wedding and decided February 11, 2020 was my official start date.

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

It started out as a simple goal of trying to reverse some of the damage I had put on my body throughout the years. After a month, my way of thinking developed for the better. I became way more focused on other activities that could help me increase my results. I think in order to see the type of results most people are looking for on this diet, you really have to maintain the “tough mindset”.

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

One of the main benefits I’ve seen after starting this diet includes increased energy for sure! I find myself on the move constantly now, around the house and on my single-speed bike. I’ve stopped snoring, my inflammation is now manageable, my recovery time has reduced and I have continued to gain strength while losing over 75 pounds. I now live an active lifestyle and am  depression free.

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

The first couple of weeks, my stomach felt uneasy. Once I got really strict on myself after the 90-day mark, I had trouble maintaining my appetite. Other than that, nothing has been unbearable.

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

I now exercise on a regular basis. However, it took baby steps to finally get where I am now. I started off walking on the treadmill and doing a little bit of weights. Eventually, it went to inclined walks and kettlebell circuits. Once the lockdown happened, I went out and bought a single-speed bike. It has been a great way to continue to challenge myself. Now that the gyms are open, I am getting back to the weights. My goal is to work on endurance and flexibility at the moment. High reps with lower weight to continue to burn more calories build stamina.

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

Do your research! There are a ton of resources out there!

Make a conscious decision in your head that this is something you are GOING to follow through with. If you don’t have a purpose behind this decision, it will be hard to pull off. It will also be easy to make excuses when times get tough.

Remember: On this diet, your food is your FUEL. Take your emotions out of it, and eat what you need and not what you want.

When you hit a wall and things get harder than they have ever been, dig in and keep getting after it. Sometimes it only takes one more swing to knock down that wall.

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

I hope so. I think it could save countless lives! Unfortunately, most of the food industry values profit over health. After spending years in the food business, I realized that most of this industry is far more interested in turning a profit than the health of its consumers. My mission now is to inspire people to try Carnivore as an elimination diet in order to experience the health benefits.

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

Feel free to reach out if you ever need help on your carnivore journey. You can follow me on Instagram @the_carnivore_machina. Watch my continued progress while getting healthier yourself!

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