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Nov. 12, 2021

My Carnivore Adventure

I've been thinking about it for years, but 2 days ago I finally started the carnivore eating plan.

Today I'll tell you why and then make weekly updates until I decide I'm doing it for life or going to abandon it.


My Carnivore Adventure

Yep. Two days ago, I decided I was going to try a carnivore eating plan. 

Now you might ask, why would I do that? It seems pretty severe, but in a lot of ways, it's not that severe for me. 

I eat extremely low carb as it is, but eating low carb, I have a tendency to stray a little bit. I learned some things over the past few days that really made me decide to give full carnivore... eating only animal products a try.

I started following a new doctor, Dr. Philip Ovadia. He wrote a book called "stay off of my table". He's a thoracic surgeon. Has done over 3000 heart surgeries. Five years ago, he decided to try low carb and that morphed into carnivore. And he's been recommending it for his clients for quite some time now. 

So I've got two issues in spite of being low carb. I'm fit, I'm trim, I'm overall healthy. I have two issues that have been bugging me for quite a while now. 

One is allergies. I'm always plugged up. I've always got sinus. Once or twice a year I seem to get sinus headaches and have to get some antibiotics to clear them up.

The other one is my left foot. It's always got like these little electric shooting pains. Probably partially because of my diabetes that, I, I let my feet get neuropathy before I discovered low carb to turn that around. They've gotten much better. I mean, I used to be numb all the way up into my ankles. Now I'm only numb on the bottom of my feet.

I think it's from that, I don't know... it could be inflammation. 

He had plantar fasciitis that he'd had for years. And two days after switching from low carb to carnivore it went away. Months later, he went off for a day and doggone, if it didn't come back. 

Well, that caught my attention.

I said, you know, to try this out for a couple of weeks and see how it goes, why not? 

So, today is Friday. On Wednesday morning I put down my cough drops, which had become a little bit of an addiction for me. I said, okay, I'm going to eat meat, dairy and eggs. Period. 

And that's what I've been eating for two days now, quite filling, quite satisfying.

I knew it wouldn't be, but already I've seen some amazing results. 

I often feel bloated. Well, the last two days, even though I'm still drinking quite a bit of coffee, I'm not feeling bloated. I have actually not felt bloated in two days. The foot pain. it's gone but it might come back. Okay. So like I said, this is a test and what I want to do, I'm going to do this for a couple of weeks.

I'm going to report back to you and let you know it goes, oh, the other thing is, my sinus is basically clear. I'm not taking allergy meds for two days now.

I'm finding this very encouraging. And if this is what it takes for me to have the final piece of my health, plus I got a little belly fat. I'd still like to get rid of.

Like I say, I'm trim, I'm well into my approved BMI range, but I'd like to get rid of that belly fat because belly fat is dangerous. 

So here I am, I'm on my second day of my carnivore eating plan. And my goal is to report back to you and let you know how it goes, because it is so important to actually test things out and I've got more information I'll be sharing. 

Unlike the American heart association. Oh my God. There are 10 items that they recommend to prevent heart disease. Eight of them suck. I'm sorry. And then I found out that they're number one, the number one funder of the American heart association is Coca Cola.

That's shocked me. And the FDA. It amazes me the number of these institutions that are funded by private food companies. The more I research it, the angrier I get . So I'm going to eat whole natural foods. 

I'm going to be sharing a lot of this information with you the next few weeks. Cause it's really, really important.

Don't let them trick you into staying in disease. 

Like I say, Peggy and I have been for years testing everything that comes along. Initial results after two days are good, but we all know two days could maybe be good, maybe not be good. 

But I know one thing, if I go full carnivore, my blood pressure, my blood sugar will be under control.

My blood pressure will be under control and if the inflammation stays away, this is a winner. 

So that's it. That's my message for today. Follow me on my adventure. I'll try to come on every Friday with an update on how my carnivore eating plan is going, it's kind of fun having sausage and, and eggs for breakfast and lots of steak for dinner.

I don't get bored with that kind of eating. So I'm gonna have chicken tonight though. So I do change from time to time. I'll have probably five or six chicken legs and, uh, and it'll be yummy. I will really enjoy it. 

So no sugar, no sugar at all. None. Zero. Period. And, no carbs. Let's see. Well, of course you can get a little bit of carbs in dairy, but, I'll let you know how it goes.

Wish me luck. Until we talk next time. May you move well, stay healthy. Be happy. Live a passionate life. Talk to you soon. 

Here's Peggy. I better go find out what she wants.