Nutrition

Is An All-Meat Diet Really So Extreme?

You tell ’em, Esmee! I absolutely adore the simplicity of Zero Carb, but not as much as my body and mind do. Even my Neurofeedback trainer can see a difference – my brain is in a much calmer state since going ZC.

Eat Meat. Drink Water.

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The Zero Carb interview I did with The Andersen Family was recently shared on the popular Facebook page Authority Nutrition. It generated several hundred comments from readers. Some of the comments were sincere and thoughtful, while others were down right ignorant and unkind.

Even though Charlene – the wife and mother of this lovely family – healed her very ill body from Lyme Disease, and then went on to produce two beautiful and very healthy boys, by adopting this diet 17 years ago, they were none-the-less criticized by many for their dietary choice. Apparently, even the hardest evidence is impossible to accept when one’s beliefs are in the way.

As long term Zero Carb carnivore Michael Frieze said in response to the general tenor of these comments, “People like to say what they think without really thinking.” Unfortunately, this observation is all too true, and I was probably guilty of…

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