Dr Paul Saladino discovered that eating animal foods can lead to fewer autoimmune symptoms. This might be a good resource if you want to try The Carnivore Diet.
What is The Carnivore Code about?
Released in early February, The Carnivore Code is about providing the ultimate resource for those interested in the science behind the Carnivore Diet. In addition, it offers guidance on how to eat this way in order to achieve optimal health. 
First, Paul starts with our origin as humans and how we started eating animal foods. Next, he goes on to investigate nutrition, disease, and plant toxins.
Finally, he finishes with a question-answer format with some of the most insightful meat debates he’s had with super-smart intellects. If you’re looking for a complete companion then this could be a good choice for you.
What Makes The Carnivore Code Interesting?
This book is written by somebody who actually wants to share helpful research rather than just create a trending sales piece.
Can’t wait to download his free podcast too!” Dr Saladino is a well-known health authority.
He has a podcast, Fundamental Health, where he regularly invites others who disagree with him just to have a civil conversation and learn and compare data.
On his Twitter, his bio reads: Fascinated by connections between nutritional biochemistry and chronic illness. His humor, energy, and passion for alleviating disease show throughout every section.
What’s Inside The Carnivore Code:
Section 1: Take a Trip Down History Lane.
Paul takes you on an interesting journey, through an anthropological lens, of the history of eating a meat-based diet.
Section 2: Everything You Need to Know About Plants and Their Toxins.
It looks at long gut biochemistry and explains things like isothiocyanates obliterating sulforaphane, turmeric, and oxalates.But if you’re looking to address and heal your disease and need a solution, it’s well worth reading this book about red meat.
Section 3: Busting All the Diet Myths.
Don’t believe everything your parents told you about disease and the gut. It covers red meat and cholesterol myths, and how fiber is not necessary for a healthy gut.
This book might help you address many of the myths on the internet about avoiding all plant foods.
Section 4: The Super How-To-Eat-Meat Guide.
Helpful tips, nutrition guides, recipes, advice, and mistakes to avoid.
Even if you think you’re super healthy and understand all there is to know, please put your ego aside for a second. Because there’s information in here that could literally change your life.
Praise and Reviews for the Carnivore Code
Each week I get a text from a mate that’s like, “Dude, just done reading the Dr Saladino you sent me. AMAZING.”
It’s very well written. It’s a MUST have in the library of anyone looking for optimal health.
The response from Facebook groups I’m in has been extremely positive too.
So many incredible results.
Real People Are Getting Real Results on the Carnivore Diet
For some time I’ve been hearing rumors of this meat diet and I really wanted to find out what it was all about.
If you’ve been wanting to try it, this might be a worthwhile investment in your health. Once you’re done reading, you might just have everything you need to get your health going back in the right direction.
Once you’re done, you are free to discuss it with all your friends. They’ll thank you for making them aware of plant toxins and how animal foods can be healing.
He has used his scientific training to scour the medical literature to highlight and discuss the benefits and dispel the many myths and concerns surrounding the Carnivore Diet.
And he shows his thanks:
If you’re focusing on getting more nutrition and red meat in your diet, then The Carnivore Code might be a great resource for you. Some people are getting great results from eating animal foods.
They felt better overall and claim that by choosing to eat meat they not only felt better but also found they had less disease and autoimmune symptoms.If you have gut troubles, like I did and you need to get well fast, this could be one handy resource for you. I’m thankful that after all other failed attempts I found this hand resource. I’m only sorry I didn’t discover it sooner.
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