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Carnivore Diet

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by swervinbob, Feb 27, 2021.

  1. swervinbob

    swervinbob Tele-Afflicted

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    I’ve been keto for a couple of weeks since I started getting over the unmentionable. I’m about to kick it in the butt and go full carnivore diet. Nothing but red meat and water.

    Let’s see how long I can last. I’ll miss my Diet Coke, but that’s not that good for you anyway.
     
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    I've been kept for years, suggested by my doctor. But only meat and water? Why?
     
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    Eat less and stop the fad diets that always fail.
     
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    Just something different. I watched the results of a couple of people I know. It also might kick my diet soda dependency
     
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    Do you prefer T or Rex?
     
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    For me it’s easier to only eat this food, than just eat less. I try to just eat less, but it’s easier for me if I eliminate most everything.
     
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    Grilled ribeye steak.
    Medium rare.

    A baked potato on the side, just because it came with the order.
    You can give the potato to somebody else, somebody who wants it.

    My idea of the perfect meal.

    All by itself.
    Maybe a glass of red wine.
    It contains your water, technically.

    That's it.

    :)



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    northernguitar Friend of Leo's

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    Where are the vitamins coming from?
     
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    If it weren’t for bacon, I’d be practically vegan. Well, smoked cheese occasionally. When served meat, I will eat it. I just won’t buy it and bring it home.
    I’m a carnavoider.
    Get well soon.
     
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  10. swervinbob

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    The people I know who did it show no definciencies in their blood work.
     
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    northernguitar Friend of Leo's

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    But with no Vitamin C, how would they handle a flu or cold? (I'm not challenging you here, just curious how folks survive on this diet).
     
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    Your cardiolo
    Your cardiologist sends his regards; He has kids to put through college.

    I don't favor Keto... it does funny things to your cells when they find themselves deprived of sugar. Just eat fruits, vegetables, and fowl. Cut out processed foods and minimize saturated fats, salt, added sugar, and cholesterol.
     
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    THIS!

    Is the key- eat a regular well balanced diet with exercise

    In the end it all comes down to genetics I don’t think one fad diet or another is the magic answer

    Anyone remember Adkins? Where did that go

    Most of these “diets” are un-maintainable
     
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    Ha!

    My dad told his cardiologist how he doesn’t eat vegetables so the Dr. responded

    “look at the animal kingdom, who is the biggest and strongest? The tiger! And all they eat is meat!”

    I told him I think I’d talk to another doctor
     
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    I'm proud of all of you. Excuse me while I take a bite of my Meat lover's Pizza.
     
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    Actually, it's the Gorilla. And he's a vegetarian. And he's typically 400 lbs of solid muscle.
     
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    I agree with the "eat less" crowd. I find that it's harder to change your diet than it is to eat less of what you already are eating. I usually eat only twice a day, it seems to work well for me. My weight has stayed within the same 3 or so pounds for about 3 years, without much sacrifice. I still like my chips and cookies and junk food - who doesn't? - but I have less of those, too.
     
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    Apparently, the unmentionable has affected your reasoning. Good luck and hopefully the fog will clear.

    Get some good reading material for the bathroom. Hey, just a suggestion.
     
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    I'd feel like crap all the time my body is trying to digest all that meat, what a waste of energy.
    Fruits, vegetables and light meals energize the body and mind, and help us fight disease.
    Large meals and heavy piles of meat make us sluggish and slow, and can cause disease.
    Humans are living longer healthier lives than ever before, we are more knowledgeable about healthy eating.
    Well at least some of us.
     
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    If I had seen this I would have posted a photo. I had a bone-in rib eye tonight cooked medium in a skillet. To go with it I had an Italian dandelion salad with blue berries and a sliced nectarine and balsamic dressing. I had fresh asparagus with NO butter just a little pepper. No other carb and I'm stuffed. I consider this a healthy meal.
     
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