The autoimmune carnivore diet (AIC): grass-fed beef, organs, bone broth, and salt +/- carbohydrate source depending on personal preference.

I'm very interested to see how most autoimmune conditions respond to this simplified but nutritionally complete approach.
How many are diagnosed every day with autoimmune conditions and told there is no cure then quickly sentenced to a lifetime of immunosuppressive medications?

How many millions could be helped with an approach like AIC?
We've already seen thousands benefit from such an approach and must let not badly done and incorrectly interpreted epidemiology prevent us from considering the power of such a nose to tail animal-based diet.
#AIC There, I made a hashtag for it! Boom.

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Jun 28, 2021
So let me get this straight...Covid is an illness that:
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is much worse in the obese but we haven’t recommended people lose weight or think about diet...
...is much worse in people with low vitamin D but we were told to stay indoors and parks were closed...
...appears to be possibly treated/prevented with very cheap medications like ivermectin, and others yet conversations about this were silenced...
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Sep 19, 2020
Dogmatism has no place in free thinking. Challenge everything you think you know.

How much of what you think you know are you willing to question? How open-minded are you, really?
Despite the fact that I consider myself a part of the keto and carnivore communities, I continue to be disappointed by the amount of dogmatic thinking within these.
I've come to see the dietary choices we make as a stepping stone to broader lifestyles changes as part of a "remembering" of who we really are as humans. Dogmatic thinking limits this severely.
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Sep 18, 2020
You know we have forgotten our ancestral past when olive oil is thought to be healthier than animal fat. 🤦‍♂️
News flash: Olive oil is a fairy tale. There's zero magic here. If you want real nutrition eat animals from nose to tail!
Another news flash: Avocado oil is also a fairy tale. There's no magic here either.
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Sep 16, 2020
Animal-based diets, like a nose to tail carnivore diet, are about much more than food. They are a stepping stone to remembering where we have come from as humans.

Forgetting this history has led to myriad health and social ills today.
We no longer eat the way that our ancestors have, shunning the most treasured foods (animal organs and meat) in favor of survival foods like seeds, leaves, and even highly processed seed oils.
We no longer move the way that our ancestors have, encasing our feet in rigid shoes, and spending minuscule amounts of time in the sun and outdoors.
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Sep 15, 2020
Hypertrophic adipocytes lead to metabolic dysfunction

4HNE (and other OxLAMs) lead to hypertrophic (vs hyperplastic) adipocytes.

Excess linoleic acid in the diet leads to increased production of 4HNE (& OxLAMs).

Translation: Linoleic acid makes you fat and sick. Get it?
Much deeper discussion of this in this week's podcast found here: heartandsoil.co/pages/podcasts
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Sep 15, 2020
Seeds (nuts, seeds, grains, legumes) are some of the most highly defended parts of plants. Peanuts, cashews, almonds, and even your beloved macadamia nuts do not love you back!

And neither does Kale, but you knew that already! 🤣
In addition to being full of digestive enzyme inhibitors, lectins, phytates, and oxalates, many plant seeds are also quite high in linoleic acid, an omega-6 PUFA which appears to be signaling your fat cells to grow.
You might want to think twice about that almond butter in your smoothie if you are trying to lose weight.

Better yet, forgo plant seeds (and leaves) entirely and you just might feel a whole lot better in general...
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