Investigating Anaemia, High Cholesterol and Singaporean Diet/Lifestyle Comparison

In the previous post, I wrote about how my lab results showed that I was still anaemic and had abnormally high cholesterol levels after going "carnivore" for 40 days. This post will cover a follow up lab investigation on the anaemia, high cholesterol and how I felt being back on a regular 'Singaporean' diet and … Continue reading Investigating Anaemia, High Cholesterol and Singaporean Diet/Lifestyle Comparison

Carnivore Diet Experiment Part 3: Results & Takeaways

CARNIVORE DIET EXPERIMENT The previous post detailed what I ate for those 40 days on my “nose-to-tail” carnivore diet experiment. This post will cover how I felt, an examination of some lab results and my main takeaways from such a diet. At a glance: This diet has been the most nourishing diet I have tried. … Continue reading Carnivore Diet Experiment Part 3: Results & Takeaways

Carnivore Diet Experiment Part 2: What I Ate

After a year of research and months of deliberation, I finally mustered up the courage to try the Carnivore Diet for 40 days. (see part 1 for more information on this diet) The goal was to test the claims I’ve read – primarily how health promoting and healing such a diet can be, especially for … Continue reading Carnivore Diet Experiment Part 2: What I Ate

Carnivore Diet: What? Why?

At a glance: Many people have recovered from chronic diseases like autoimmunity through a well-formulated nose-to-tail carnivore diet Animal foods offer the most nutrition because they do not have the nutrient inhibitors and chemical defenses of plants Scurvy from a lack of vitamin C is unlikely if fresh, not preserved, meat is consumed At the … Continue reading Carnivore Diet: What? Why?