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RE: At 40 y/o aiming for big changes, carnivore diet here I come
Dear oh dear I’ve heard it all now.

‘Frank Tufano looks better than most guys’

Frank Tufano looks like an Afghan warlord’s sexual plaything.

He was outbenched by a vegan girl as well.

If that’s the barometer of physical perfection on here then I think the Carnivore diet is the least of your problems.

‘Look like Spiderman’

Where do you even start with this shit.
10-31-2019 01:23 AM
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They both probably look better than you. We can start with that.

After talking to a young lady for a while, she told me “Even though your skin is black, I can tell your heart is white.”
10-31-2019 06:27 AM
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Spider-Man looking better than me is something I can live with

Frank Tufano on the other hand

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That one cuts deep buddy
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I've been on the carnivore diet for a few weeks now, and I feel fucking incredible. A huge downside to this is how limited your food choices are, which makes eating out with other people near impossible. The mental and physical benefits drastically outweigh this though - eating nothing but meat puts your into that primal hunter mode. This is what men were made for.
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Regarding training and physique, an all meat diet will drop off even the most stubborn of fat, and leave you ripped like never before. It's basically like a hard cut, except without any caloric restriction. I train mostly calisthenics, and I haven't noticed any dip in performance. But when I look in the mirror, I definitely notice the difference. Hopefully I'll be able to sustain this long-term - if not, I'll switch smoothly to low-carb. Cutting out sugar and other frankencarbs instantly puts you in the top percentile of men physically. It's an incredible feat to pull off in the 21st.
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Ive found beef suet to be an integral part of my carnivore journey. Specifically the fat surrounding the kidney. Its like fuel for intense exercise. It take a few weeks for your body to adapt but once it does, fuck I feel great!!

Also,i eat kike 6 raw egg yolks per day. 3 in the morning with heavy cream, another 3 as a snack with raw minced steak.

A cast iron pan is a must have for a carnivore.

Remember. It takes a STRICT adherence for about a month for your body to adapt. Its best to take it easy for this month in relation to excercise as your body will be runnjng out of sugar but still not optimized to burn fat. Cheating delays the oltimization timeline.

If you REALLY want to put this diet on steroids.... Retain your semen for 30 + days between ejaculating. Sex is ok, but no busting a nut.
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(10-31-2019 02:20 PM)Iconoclast007 Wrote:  If you REALLY want to put this diet on steroids.... Retain your semen for 30 + days between ejaculating. Sex is ok, but no busting a nut.

Edging while having sex? Shiiiiiiit.

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(10-31-2019 11:01 AM)Irn Bru Protein Wrote:  Spider-Man looking better than me is something I can live with

Frank Tufano on the other hand

That one cuts deep buddy

Thems the brakes, son.

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(10-31-2019 11:01 AM)Irn Bru Protein Wrote:  Spider-Man looking better than me is something I can live with

Frank Tufano on the other hand

[Image: Dqznj-Y4-Uc-AAdz-C.jpg]

That one cuts deep buddy


This guy's face actually looks malnourished to me.

For everyone following or thinking of following this diet, it is clearly a terrible idea and I would urge you to reconsider. If you have any kind of performance related goal, an all meat diet will be a disaster. That includes intellectual performance. You need seed and vegetable fats for proper brain function, and all round health, and something like the Carnivore diet - should you actually manage to stick at it for more than a couple of weeks given how extreme it is - is not good for physical or mental performance.

There are plenty of things you can do to get lean, if that's something you feel you need to do, but the fundamental core of doing that should be a well rounded diet where you simply eat smaller portions.

Beyond that, I think there is an unhealthy obsession at the moment with being excessively lean. If you are a natural trainee, you really have no business being in single digit body fat all year round. If you aren't competing in some kind of physique show, you really don't need to go to single digit body fat at all. You will feel and perform much better carrying some extra weight. The six pack obsession will hold you back, physically and mentally.
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H1N1.

I have been eating strict carnivore for over 6 months now.

I am operating at the highest level of my life both physically and mentally. I have also placed a severe autoimmune disease into remission. I can truly say that this way of eating has worked wonders for me.

Your comment on seed and vegetable fat is incorrect. They are absolutely not needed nor desirable. Animal fat is far superior to those lower grade fats/oils that you mentioned.

Im curious if you speak from subjective experience in relation to zero carb/carnivore or if you are speculating based on info you read?
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Vegetable and seed fats are very new to the human diet, compare to meat, which has been around forever. The only way we’re able to get seed and vegetable fat is because we have the technology to do it. When companies and restaurants foolishly replaced lard and palm oil for vegetable oil, we got a surge of obesity, heart disease, and other modern diseases.

These diseases are modern for a reason. What’s the newest thing introduced to the diet? Put 2 and 2 together

After talking to a young lady for a while, she told me “Even though your skin is black, I can tell your heart is white.”
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So heart disease and obesity are ‘modern diseases’ now?

Think you better stick to Spider-Man comics mate.

Lay off the Youtube diet queens for a while as well.
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(11-01-2019 06:41 AM)whitewashedblackguy Wrote:  Vegetable and seed fats are very new to the human diet, compare to meat, which has been around forever. The only way we’re able to get seed and vegetable fat is because we have the technology to do it. When companies and restaurants foolishly replaced lard and palm oil for vegetable oil, we got a surge of obesity, heart disease, and other modern diseases.

These diseases are modern for a reason. What’s the newest thing introduced to the diet? Put 2 and 2 together

Correct - those are the biggest changes. Also - our food for millions of years was mostly from meat.

The carb-addition actually happened in autumn and summer which was supposedly a signal for our bodies to prepare for winter - adding fat.

There are good studies out there made with real science and not 5 vegan doctors circle-jerking each other. Those studies go into the food makeup as it reflects in the bones. Some of the oldest ones spanning 1 mio. years back state that 95% of the calories during the lifetime came from meat. And this shouldn't be a surprise really - Amazon hunter-gatherers also live mostly from that. Most inhabitants close to water ate fish. Even if you came from the tropical climate with lots of fruits present - islands like Hawaii had them only at certain times and many were engineered by humans only later.

Bart Kay - an actual scientist who left academia due to the insane carb and seed-oil bias goes deep into it:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChi5M3k...BQA/videos

Most of the available diet advice is crap.

And I don't get what the guy here is beefing about. Either it's an undercover vegan as you go into Frank Tufano or a bodybuilders are the healthiest humans ever blokehead. Go take a look at bodybuilding ex-vegan guys like Bobby's Perspective - those men tried veganism extensively with disastrous results.

We don't even have exact data on anything except some clear indicators that not only processed foods are bad. Seed oils should essentially be banned and they make up huge parts of the caloric intake in the West. And no - this is utterly new - the few good oils like olive and coconut don't matter. The medical sheisters lie to you everywhere. Red meat does not cause heart disease - it's probably caused by too much carbs, sugar and seed oils which cause conditions that result in the body shielding itself with those fat accumulations. Cholesterol, meat or animal fats never had anything to do with it.





But whatever - it's useless to talk with a troll like that.

And we won't get exact science anytime soon. It pays more for them restrict life spans and they make a killing during cancer and various older-age diseases. Plus - the plant-based diet serves them better as they can pump out plenty with it.

My guess is that the best diet for all humans are variations of animal-dominant unprocessed with some keto 15-hours periods of not eating. Obviously when you are a bodybuilder, then it's different, but even NFL players do fine eating once a day, so keto seems to be fine:

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The health of Herschel Walker who after a successful NFL career became a pro MMA fighter - part of his health is due to 30+ years of keto meat based food. Keto periods helps well in detoxification as well even if he did not eat perfectly during his days.

Obviously if Herschel wanted to become a bodybuilder, then he would have to eat often and take steroids to the max, but honestly that guy will probably live longer and healthier than pro bodybuilders. And this isn't even diet-related here.

And keto-meat-based diets also coincide with extremely healthy tribes that remained in the last century - Masai and Eskimos. And no - Eskimos didn't eat glibber you troll - they ate fish, bear and seal - preferrably organs. Masai ate milk, blood and beef on top of some hunted prey. Those tribes could never become bodybuilders, but they were strong and super-healthy warriors. If you plopped them down with the same diet in NYC and the modern healthcare and sanitation, then the buggers would likely live to 100+ like the old Okinawans or Sardinians.

Whatever ... keep up the progress OP. There is no need to be dogmatic about anything. He can do the diet if it serves him and then change it if it doesn't.
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Who brought up vegans? I mentioned a vegan girl outbenching Tufano however don’t recall mentioning veganism?

I approached the thread with the OPs physique in mind. After all he did post physique shots.

Carnivore diet is pointless in that respect.

You need carbs to help fill the muscles out unless you’re going for that keto flat look.

H1N1 made a good point regarding chasing that sub 10% BF look.

Unless you’re on juice or under 21 it’s too difficult to sustain, unless you can handle the constant hunger and lack of libido.
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Irn Bru Protein.

You comments lack intrinsic value.

It is obvious that you are speculating and parsing information without subjective experience.

It is not by chance that in your 18 month tenure on this forum that not a single member has given you a rep point.

Humans do not need carbs. Humans are carnivores. Meat and fat are optimum fuel all else is error.
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To be fair mate, I’ve only posted 20-30 times. Hopefully someone ‘reps ’ me in the future. That would be really nice.

However apologies if I’ve hurt your feelings.

Get some carbs down your neck. You sound a bit cranky.
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(11-01-2019 05:01 AM)Iconoclast007 Wrote:  H1N1.

I have been eating strict carnivore for over 6 months now.

I am operating at the highest level of my life both physically and mentally. I have also placed a severe autoimmune disease into remission. I can truly say that this way of eating has worked wonders for me.

Your comment on seed and vegetable fat is incorrect. They are absolutely not needed nor desirable. Animal fat is far superior to those lower grade fats/oils that you mentioned.

Im curious if you speak from subjective experience in relation to zero carb/carnivore or if you are speculating based on info you read?

The fact that you are operating at the highest level of your life, physically and mentally - even if we accept that as true - says nothing at all. You may be operating from a very low base, and the fact that you may be marginally less awful (or marginally more awesome - it's not a personal attack), does not mean you have gone down a path others should follow. You may not be especially old. You mention an auto immune condition. The fact that eliminating 95% of a healthy rounded diet may have also eliminated something inflammatory to your system doesn't mean you have hit on the answer to your problems. You may, and quite likely have, simply swapped one set of problems for another that may be waiting round the corner.

The point about vegetable fats is not wrong. I would recommend that anyone who doubts their usefulness and importance for physical and mental health (re)reads some of Udo Erasmus' work.

As to whether I've tried it or am just speculating: I have not tried it. I do not have to do stupid things to realise they are stupid. I haven't tried meth, despite the overwhelming evidence that it keeps you skinny. I haven't tried steroids despite the overwhelming evidence they help you build muscle. The fact that a thing can have some desirable outcomes does not, ipso facto, make the thing a good idea in itself. It is a non-argument.
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delete. we already have debate threads.

After talking to a young lady for a while, she told me “Even though your skin is black, I can tell your heart is white.”
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Hey gents,

End of week 3 observations:

Starting weight 85.7kg
Current weight 85.7kg

Diet notes: This week was terrible, almost quit it, was good Monday till Wednesday, but as of Thursday (Halloween) the diet went sideways. My mrs and I hosted a pre-party at our place, went with vodka and coke zero, Friday completely hungover and had pizza and other rubbish, Saturday had the Rugby final, again I went with vodka and coke zero, after Rugby had a family lunch at the beach, had Paella and steak with wine. Sunday all good, at least I ended the week right!

Health notes: Same as before all good.

Fitness notes: Still good, strength still up.

Body notes: Body recomposition continues, slight improvement in body fat and definition from last week, minimal but enough to stay motivated, even when I essentially lost 3 days.


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@El Mexicano: How are you dealing with the withdrawal from sweets? I feel like this is my biggest challenge, and makes it very difficult to envision this long-term. Almost every second of the day sweets are on my mind, it's literally a non-stop craving. Not sure how to deal with this other than hanging in there for as long as possible before caving. How are you holding up?
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I had an advantage as I came from a Keto diet previously which aided in not having craving, that said, from my personal experience the motivation to look and feel better, was enough to fight cravings. As for cravings, I'm not experiencing any, but when I do think about food or treats it's when I'm not active (sitting at home, watching tv etc.). Another thing which helps this is the fact that the progress I'm making is visible, which helps keep the focus. Keep with it, it will go away in less than a week, good luck!

(11-04-2019 05:49 AM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  @El Mexicano: How are you dealing with the withdrawal from sweets? I feel like this is my biggest challenge, and makes it very difficult to envision this long-term. Almost every second of the day sweets are on my mind, it's literally a non-stop craving. Not sure how to deal with this other than hanging in there for as long as possible before caving. How are you holding up?
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After you get past the adaptation phase , for example 6 weeks> zero cravings. This is the easiest lifestyle choice to maintain I have ever done. Paleo, Keto are very hard as the cravings are intense and never stop, Carnivore is different . As long as you get enough fat ...no cravings.

I Eat mostly Beef . Head to Tail. I buy Beef Steak, Beef Suet, Beef Heart, Beef Liver and Beef bones once per week from a butcher. I also Eat 4 egg yolks every morning mixed with Heavy Cream. I have just started to Eat fresh sardines cooked whole and love the way I feel on them. SO FAT, Beef, Sardines, Egg Yolks and Heavy Cream are my food groups .

I cook everything in a cast iron pan and use beef suet as oil (No veggy oils). I cook Bone broth once per week in a pressure cooker .

I recently started Making Beef Tar Tar quite often as a snack. I have my butcher grind cheap steak into minced and then mix that with egg yolks and a little grated parmesan...really nice snack! I also often mix gound beef heart with the ground steak into heart steak burgers .
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Hey gents,

End of week 4 observations, a whole month has gone by already.

Stats after my trial month:
Starting weight 87.9 kg
Current weight 85.0 kg

Almost 3kg and didn't even follow as stict as I wanted due to social obligations, also my mrs was sick this past week and could not post pics or track as usual, however will say weight is still dropping, body recomposition still ongoing (my 32 size trousers fit again, perfectly)

Will update properly next week.
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(10-30-2019 05:26 AM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  We pretty much evolved on a predominantly meat based diet. Going almost 100% meat is normal. The Masai, the Eskimos did so until recently and did it for millennia. There are no vegan tribes in contrast.

The current vegan caloric intake of the Standard American diet is 75-85% plant-based up from 50-60% in the 1940s. Especially the switching of animal fats to seed oils was a disaster. Carbs are hardly necessary for survival. The only thing we know carbs help is build fat, increase cancer rates and also help build muscle when you want to look like a bodybuilder or strongman. Then carbs are necessary. For anyone else - you only have to get meats and fish with a high omega3 to omega6 ratio.

Hilarious that people forget that humans and their ancestors survived for hundreds of thousands of years on a 65-95% meat/fish-based diet with only the last thousands of years producing domesticated strongly changed vegetables and fruits. Grains are products of convenience - less of health. Even now - if you want to be 100% carnivore with mostly beef and fish, then it costs you more than if you add rice and some veggies. It's even cheaper to add bread.

Some athletes have now started to use the carnivore diet for cutting, others are on it for decades. Oh - and better not look at the Eskimos and Masai who were some of the healthiest people on earth as shown by Weston-price.

This sounds like some serious bro science rationalization to justify a carnivore diet. The archaeological evidence is naturally going to polarize towards meat because bones take much longer to decompose than plants and are massively more likely to make it into the fossil record. There is increasing evidence from dental fossils that our ancestors were eating all the plants they could get their hands on including legumes (the latter erroneously vilified by pop culture paleo).

Even looking at the diets of modern tribes can be deceiving. If you only study what they eat at their camp site you ignore the big volume of plants they eat while they are out foraging while they often fail to find meat. Some of the modern Amazonian tribes that eat mostly wild caught meat are stricken with all kinds of diseases. Our ancestors almost never made it to 80, so what they did is not even necessarily a lesson in optimal diet for health and longevity. I don't know how you can reference the Eskimos when their lifespan is a decade shorter on average and there is no evidence that they have or ever had less heart disease than other populations (despite in theory being more evolved to handle a meat centered diet than the average person).

Cutting edge science is also increasingly bad news for carnivore diets. The current view by some very respected aging researchers is that animal protein activates mTOR and accelerates aging. There is also mounting evidence that a wide range of plant foods have powerful anti-cancer and heart protective effects. The idea of removing plants completely sounds like the worst diet advice possible.
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