Off the plants, off the statins
With all these issues I discarded medical advice and went low carb high fat for 2 years, then carnivore for 1 year. All symptoms went into remission on LCHF then stalled so I removed all plants and the symptoms disappeared. After 9 months carnivore my cardiologist stared at his computer screen and muttered … wow, your triglycerides are really, really good. And then he said – I’m taking you off statin.
Even though I was a stented heart attack survivor originally diagnosed with hypercholesterolemia, I was taken off statin. I guess he doesn’t see carnivore blood work often, or perhaps I am his first one. I am in Canada, a public health system where doctors are not inclined to reveal or discuss particulars with the patient. I suspect inflammation dropped like a stone on carnivore. For sure I look better, redness in the face gone, bags under the eyes gone, becoming lean again, active and so on.
From unable to do cubicle work, to working in construction
I got a job doing physical work on construction sites. Physical work wasn’t easy but I felt it was a better choice than returning to a corporate cubicle. Carnivore made it possible. I got stronger every day. I will retire in a few years and plan to thru hike the Appalachian Trail when I am 65. It is something I had considered impossible for over a decade. It has been a very slow process for me but my transformation is clearly outstanding. Dr Baker you are correct, that the carnivore diet is perhaps the best therapy for chronic disorders. But it did more than that, it restored and improved quality of life.