Category: Science

Insulin Resistance and the Carnivore Diet

Insulin resistance is a widespread condition that’s often associated with the diagnosis of pre-diabetes and type-2 diabetes and is estimated to affect 60-70 million Americans. The numbers are worse for obese people. Recent statistics show that the prevalence of insulin resistance in obese adolescents is 52.1% and over 70% in obese women. What’s Insulin Resistance? Our bodies generate energy from three different sources; carbohydrates, protein, and fats. But protein isn’t a great...
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4 Myths About Eating Animal-Based Diet

An ideal diet helps you to improve your health and stay healthy for a long time. In recent times several studies have been conducted to explore the effects of meat on the human body. The carnivore diet has several added benefits and is also known to be richer in proteins, vitamins, and minerals.  Few studies suggest that plant-based foods such as rice, white bread, fries, refined cereals, and cookies are...
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Should I Be Concerned About Saturated Fat in the Carnivore Diet?

Because the carnivore diet consists only of only animal meat and meat products such as egg and butter, a common question is whether people should be concerned about saturated fat. After all, you might have heard about saturated fat being bad for your health because it raises your cholesterol. The assumption is that when cholesterol rises, this leads to high blood pressure and then heart disease.  Meat is one of...
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Vitamin C on the Carnivore Diet

When most people hear about the carnivore diet, one of the most common concerns apart from the lack of fiber and elimination of plant-based antioxidants is that they won’t get Vitamin C.  This is a legitimate and understandable concern since Vitamin C is essential to your health, and its deficiency can lead to severe diseases. However, it’s not true that when you go on a carnivore diet, you won’t get...
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