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Welcome

Welcome to my site! Are you ready to embark on a journey towards optimal health and wellness? Look no further, because you've come to the right place!

First things first, let's talk about the carnivore diet. It's all the rage these days, but what exactly is it and what should you be eating? Don't worry, I've got you covered. I'll break it down for you and give you a clear idea of what foods to focus on and when to eat them.

But that's not all, my friend. We'll also dive into the scientific side of things and explore the various ways in which you can influence your health and wellbeing. I've done the research and I've got the references to back it up. We'll look at studies that show associations between certain behaviors and the incidence of preferred outcomes. Remember, these studies don't prove cause and effect, but they can give us a pretty good idea of what path to follow in order to achieve optimal health.

With my BSc (Hons) in physiology and health sciences, and my background in sport and conditioning science, as well as the psychological aspects of athletic development, I am well-equipped to present a range of suggestions to help you on your road to optimal health. So, buckle up and get ready for a wild ride!

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Carnivores Community

Welcome to the carnivore community, my meat-loving friends! Are you tired of the same old dogma and dealing with internet trolls on other social media platforms? Well, you've come to the right place. This is a community where you can let your carnivorous flag fly and discuss all things meat, health, and wellness with like-minded individuals.

I am thrilled to launch this community and can't wait to engage with all of you. Here, we will be free from the shackles of Big Tech censorship and can share our stories, tips, and experiences with each other. And let's be real, who doesn't love a little accountability and motivation from our fellow carnivores?

As a member of this community, you'll have access to exclusive content such as early access to my video content and weekly live Q&A Zoom sessions. Plus, you can even become a supporter and contribute by sharing your own tips and stories to inspire others.

So, what are you waiting for? Join in on the fun and become a part of our growing carnivore community. And don't forget to spread the word and invite your meat-loving friends to join in on the meaty fun too. Let's inspire and support each other on our journey towards optimal health.

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Quick Video

A very brief run through of the top tips from real coaching clients.

0:00 Introduction, eat a good variety

0:28 Eating for YOUR health

0:47 Commit to AT LEAST 30 days

1:14 Eat plenty of food

1:33 Eat what you actually enjoy

1:55 Do not worry about organ meats

2:16 Know what your 'why?' is. Why you are trying this. General health or auto immune issues resolution

3:03 Digestive adaptations

3:29 Be confident you are getting all the nutrients you need

3:56 Adding salt

4:40 Social situations

5:25 Transition to this way of eating

6:09 Fatty Meat is cheaper and often more beneficial

6:37 Three quick tips, eat until full, dump vegetable oils

6:52 Quick meal planner example

7:15 Dairy can stall progress, have snacks ready

7:47 The importance of support from friends and family or coaches!

Getting Started On Carnivore

What To Eat

For the majority of people, these will provide all the nutrition you need, including vitamins, minerals, and protein.

How Much To Eat

The simple answer is to eat as much as it takes to feel full. Meat is an incredible filler, and you’ll be surprised how little it will take to keep you going for many hours while on the carnivore diet. 

Some people can eat up to 2.5lbs of meat per day, other folk do well on less. For example a very fit carnivore I know eats around 300-350g per day spread over 2 meals and he weighs 175lbs. Dr Baker mentioned on the Joe Rogan #1050 podcast interview how he has seen many people eat on average about 2 lbs (900 grams) of meat per day. 

What To Drink

Drinks are OK as long as you don’t sweeten them with any type of sugar. What you want to avoid is any type of drink that contains carbs like sodas, fruit and veg juices, and energy drinks as these will disrupt your fat loss if that is your goal.

When to eat

I generally recommend sticking with 2 meals per day. 

After about 2 weeks, your metabolism should be adapting and becoming more efficient at sourcing energy from fats. This means that you should not be avoiding the fatty cuts of meat, as you’ll need to eat animal meat to fuel your body and brain, like what happens when you're on a ketogenic diet.

Time Between Eating

I suggest your first meal of the day is when you feel hungry. ‘Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,’ was written by someone named ‘Kellogg.’

So if you are hungry at 11am, then make that the first meal of the day. Try to eat your next meal before 7pm at the latest. Some people prefer one meal a day and that works too.

Electrolytes

Electrolytes are minerals that carry an electrical charge when dissolved in water. They're vital for your nervous system, muscles and maintaining an optimal body environment. Because you lose a lot of unnecessary water then you might need to replace things like salt when you first start this way of eating.

If You Still Want Calorie Information

A large, free-range egg is 7g of fat and 7g of protein. 

But as fat is more nutrient dense so if you are needing a guide by calories an egg is 65% fat, 35% protein

A medium egg which is not free range or / and not feed naturally will not have such a good ratio.

100g of ribeye is 22g fat and  24g protein and a lot of water

Archaeological Science

Using Nitrogen Isotope testing we can tell that humans have evolved eating mostly meat and animal products.

The science is here.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2006.10.015

Humans designed to eat meat

From the excellent website http://roarofwolverine.com/archives/219

Humans have a much longer small intestine for nutrient absorption and a shorter hindgut (cecum and colon) for the fermentation of vegetable fibers than do other primates.  The distribution of intestines are completely opposite of one another. This fact disproves the idea that apes and humans have the same gut length and therefore share similar dietary needs.  There is obviously a huge difference in the ancestral diet between man and ape to explain this dramatic difference.

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