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Optimising Dr Paul Saladino’s carnivore diet

It’s great to see Dr Paul Saladino MD thriving on a nutrient-dense nose-to-tail carnivorous diet.   I’m really excited that Paul is talking about the importance of nutrient density in a carnivorous context.  Paul is “on a quest to find the human user manual”, which is something I can identify with.   There are plenty of benefits […]

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Manifesto for Agnostic Nutrition

In days gone by, humans saw things that they didn’t understand as mysterious or magical.   We formed religions and worshipped deities (like the sun, earth, fire, thunder and rain) that gave us nourishment and sustained us. Today, we have moved on from many of these deities as we gained more knowledge about the sun, rain, […]

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Nutrient Density 101

Lots of people talk about nutrient density, but few know what it means or how to quantify it.  This article clarifies a number of common misconceptions about this important topic and details how you can identify the most nutritious foods tailored to your needs. Outline What is nutrient density? Why is nutrient density important? Will […]

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Optimising Dr Shawn Baker’s carnivore diet from first principles

A recent article looking at Dr Baker’s carnivore diet identified some micronutrient gaps.  This article looks at how we could make some small tweaks to fill these gaps and help him stabilise his blood sugars and naturally boost his testosterone levels.    Rather than making radical wholesale changes that you probably won’t stick to, the Nutrient […]

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Dr Shawn Baker MD’s Carnivore Diet: a review

A detailed nutritional analysis of Dr Shawn Baker’s carnivore diet,

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