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E45 - Three Approaches to Start the Carnivore Diet

Are you overwhelmed by all of the propaganda, arguments, marketing, research, and opinions in the world of nutrition? Have you sold out to diet after diet in an effort to look, feel, and perform at your best, only to find it wasn’t sustainable and something wasn’t quite right?

Are you ready for the truth about nutrition? Are you ready to get leaner, build muscle, be strong, regain your energy, feel younger, improve your sex life, and even pass less gas (I suppose that can be included in improving your sex life).

In this episode we do our best to assist you in getting started on the right track!

Music by Josh Walker: Instagram: @walkermusic_ 

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Show notes:

01:15 Latest invention: The Deltoid Desolator™..

03:41 Supplements that are a waste of money.

04:48 Colt's Carnivore Starter Guide, on website for $2.

06:59 Five foundational books to study the Carnivore Diet.

  • The Primal Blueprint, by Mark Sisson
  • The Carnivore Code, by Paul Saladino MD
  • Keto-Adapted Performance Manual, by Robert Sikes
  • The Carnivore Diet, by Shawn Baker, MD
  • The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance, by Jeff S. Velek, PhD, RD & Stephen D. Phinney, MD, PhD

11:00 Don't we need to eat plants though?[1][2][3]

15:24 Methods on adding carbs on the Carnivore Diet.

20:02 Approach #1: A day in the life of a "Classic" Carnivore.

31:01 Why we advocate working out in the morning instead of later in the day.

33:40 Approach #2: A day in the life of a "Keto"-vore.

40:20 Approach #3: A day in the life of a "Carb"-ivore.

45:51 Three foundational foods to start your Carnivore lifestyle off right!

[1] B.N. Ames, M. Profet, and L. S. Gold. “Dietary Pesticides (99.99% All Natural).” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 87, no. 19 (1990): 7777-81.

[2] M. Bernardino and M. Parmar. “Oxalate Nephropathy from Cashew Nut Intake.” Canadian Medical Association Journal 189, no. 10 (2017): E405-08.

[3] I.F. Bolarinwa, M. W. Oke, S. A. Olaniyan, and A. S. Ajala. “A Review of Cyanogenic Glycosides in Edible Plants,” chap. 8 in Toxicology—New Aspects to This Scientific Conundrum (Rijeka, Croatia: InTech, 2016).

The Carnivore Starter Guide on our website has a thorough list of all of the studies cited we used to compile the Guide.

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