Think I'm developing a bro crush on my butcher. I can go in there and get my various selections of meat and have him deftly tweak my selections and know exactly what I need. Never longer than 10mins. Straight to the point and I get a perfect version of ev Read more
Posted by Hypnotoad The thing about the carnivore diet is when you're hunting with a Dog and you get a kill the first thing the dog does is try to rip it's guts open and get into its guts to eat what's in it...which is decomposed grass, leaves, ect...and stinky methane.
Watch any animal documentary it's all the same. So I figure if any actual carnivore is trying to do that then that says allot. Then again it might just because its soft and the dog just wants to eat fast, but it could go for anything that soft so... I guess the bacteria is good for dogs too, so they get the nutrients with the enzymes already in them.
If you really wanna call yourself a Carnivore you gotta eat the guts.
Yeah, I figure they aim for whatever is rich in nutrients and processing. Brings ever single wolf documentary to mind haha.
Still gonna take some bison steaks, elk in various forms and duck breast like a bougie bish but try to accentuate on/prioritize liver and tripe (still gonna cook it though).
Has anyone here tried it? How did you feel? What changes did you notice?
Went and got a load of Wild Game on impulse and craving and now I'm vaguely considering trying a month of carnivore diet to see what differences I notice, just for the hell of it. Mind you, I might throw in a couple salads on the side, here and there.
Did you experience any complications during the transition? Did you feel it was worth it? How did your mood and energy adapt with this dietary change?