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    Georges St-Pierre on eating one meal a day and the carnivore diet

    Just my oppinion based on research but I think that they have been lying to us about what is a "healthy diet" for many, many years.. Thus the REAL Obesity epidemic..





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    This is a long video but extremely educational to me..
    This woman has eaten nothing but meat only once a day for 4 years..
    She gets a full body scan and the Doctor is pretty much stunned by the findings.
    Seems like she is the most healthy individual that he has EVER observed after viewing full scan results.
    How can that be given what we have been told for the last 40 years?



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    I cut out sugar and carbohydrates fifteen months ago and changed to a Keto style diet with less than 20g Carbohydrates allowed per day.

    No bread, pasta, potatoes, flour, biscuits, chips.
    No sugar, Mars bars, candy, cakes, Pringles.
    Wine, low carb beer, straight Tequila and Bourbon replaced the Real Ale.
    Lots of meat, steaks, bacon, cheese, with healthy low carb vegetables.
    I replaced rice with green beans or riced cauliflower.
    No ready meals.

    All meals tracked in MyFitnessPal app and website.

    My weight plummeted at a kilo per week at first, I am now down over 40Kg, more than a third of my body weight, and don't want to lose any more.

    Initially, I had just a bulletproof coffee for breakfast, plus midday and evening meals. I have now added a second breakfast such as a double egg cheese omelette, or kippers, or a quarter of a Camembert. I allow myself the occasional pint of real ale or Guinness, a bit of 90% dark chocolate and don't mind if I go over 20g of carbs per day.

    I walk a minimum of five miles per day and at least 10,000 steps per day.

    My high blood pressure has reduced considerably,
    My BMI has reduced from obese to normal,
    My 42" waist Levi 501's have been replaced by 32" waist slim fit jeans.

    It's all about avoiding carbohydrate addiction.


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    Understanding Carb Addiction Part 1 - by Dr. Robert Cywes


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    Understanding Carb Addiction Part 2


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_ View Post
    I cut out sugar and carbohydrates fifteen months ago and changed to a Keto style diet with less than 20g Carbohydrates allowed per day.

    No bread, pasta, potatoes, flour, biscuits, chips.
    No sugar, Mars bars, candy, cakes, Pringles.
    Wine, low carb beer, straight Tequila and Bourbon replaced the Real Ale.
    Lots of meat, steaks, bacon, cheese, with healthy low carb vegetables.
    I replaced rice with green beans or riced cauliflower.
    No ready meals.

    All meals tracked in MyFitnessPal app and website.

    My weight plummeted at a kilo per week at first, I am now down over 40Kg, more than a third of my body weight, and don't want to lose any more.

    Initially, I had just a bulletproof coffee for breakfast, plus midday and evening meals. I have now added a second breakfast such as a double egg cheese omelette, or kippers, or a quarter of a Camembert. I allow myself the occasional pint of real ale or Guinness, a bit of 90% dark chocolate and don't mind if I go over 20g of carbs per day.

    I walk a minimum of five miles per day and at least 10,000 steps per day.

    My high blood pressure has reduced considerably,
    My BMI has reduced from obese to normal,
    My 42" waist Levi 501's have been replaced by 32" waist slim fit jeans.

    It's all about avoiding carbohydrate addiction.

    Well done Dave!! You should be applauded.. Takes a lot of self discipline to achieve results like that.

    Most TV doctors on morning TV would have dismissed your diet attempts as dangerous along with serious "bad for your health" warnings.

    Example below shows these MSM Idiots along with their traditional TV doctor "expert" trying to break down and belittle a guy that has helped 1000`s of people actually lose a hell of a lot of weight and even reverse their diabetes 2 diagnoses in many cases..
    They are all a bit too busy trying to push other things right now so the obesity pandemic is on the back burner.
    These people are dangerous for our health IMO.
    I wonder what the true data of deaths due to obesity there has been since all these enforced lockdowns from over a year ago?
    How many new cases of obesity?
    How many new deaths caused by obesity?
    I shudder to think.




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    You couldnt make this stuff up.. No one would believe it!

    We learn nothing about nutrition, claim medical students.



    Medical students say they currently learn almost nothing about the way diet and lifestyle affect health - and they should be taught more.
    They say what they are taught is not practical or relevant to most of the medical problems they see in GP surgeries, clinics and hospitals.
    A leading GP estimated that up to 80% of his patients had conditions linked to lifestyle and diet.
    These included obesity, type 2 diabetes and depression.
    Why does this lack of training matter?


    This year the NHS will spend more than 11bn on diabetes alone - social care costs, time off work etc, will almost double that bill.
    Type 2 diabetes - the most common kind - is linked to obesity. And right now Britain is the fat man of Europe.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/health-43504125







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    Are vegetables good for us..As Carnivores, should we be eating them?
    Fascinating stuff and illustrates very clearly how contradictory the so called food nutritional science has been over the years..
    Makes no difference to me if members watch this stuff or not..
    This site is my one stop bookmark host!



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    Everything so called Dietitians have been telling us for years was all plain wrong!!
    Humans are MEAT eaters!
    If you eat meat and eggs only you will get healthy.
    The people below are on a Carnivore diet.








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