Carnivore Diet – getting healthy

I’ve been away from this blog for awhile, then I couldn’t log in. My apologies for being late to respond to some comments.

I’ve been “doing carnivore” now for 11 days, giving up coffee today and making the changes that are recommended for carnivore eating.

It is quite a change from other food plans I’ve been eating, mostly keto over the past several years.

Today I’m seeing some positive changes; getting up early, sleeping regularly, feeling in a good mood once I get up in the morning and motivated to do some exercise, although not training, just gentle exercise.

I am inspired by Anthony Chaffee, M.D. the most who said, “Fat makes you lean, strong and healthy” in one of his videos.

As I am looking for another job (in the Human Services sector) I may be distracted by the work it takes to look for work, and change my eating habits.

I have changes coming up I can depend on: God will provide an income, I may be moving at the end of the year to get some space from the woke ideology here just outside of Seattle. I have been researching other parts of Washington state. I hope to find an area where there are more conservatives and less crowding in Washington that is near a store the provides meat to continue my carnivore way of eating.

I wish you an enjoyable day today and pray that God is providing for your needs today, as always. Take care!

One thought on “Carnivore Diet – getting healthy

  1. Remember Genesis 1:29-30. He gave us every seed bearing plant. The issue is man’s bastardized ways of putting chemicals on food so not only do these cause inflammation but OXALATES form as these plants try to protect themselves from this warfare attack, OXALATES cause illness and the acid is used in cleaning products as a demineralizer. Consider prayerfully what Holy Spirit gives you to eat for health. BALANCE IS ALWAYS His way. He gave us these plants for a reason and only gave in to allowing meat for a reason.

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