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    What is Carnivore Talk - The Animal-based Keto Community?

    CarnivoreTalk is an online keto diet forum community that aims to serve individuals who are following or interested in any of the four main low carbohydrate diets, namely Low Carb (also known as Dirty Keto), Keto, Ketovore, and Carnivore. It is our mission to provide a safe and enjoyable environment where health-conscious individuals can enjoy the following benefits.

    Support and Encouragement: Following a specific diet can be challenging, and having a community of like-minded individuals can provide valuable emotional support, encouragement, and motivation. Members can share their experiences, successes, challenges, and tips for overcoming obstacles.

    Information Sharing: Diet forums serve as platforms for sharing information, research, and resources related to their specific diet, whether that's a Carnivore, Ketovore, True Keto, or Low Carb diet. Members can discuss the science behind their low carbohydrate or animal-based diet, its potential benefits, and the practical aspects of following it effectively.

    Recipe and Meal Ideas: Members can exchange recipes, meal plans, and cooking tips that are tailored to the particular animal-based, low carb, or ketogenic diet. This helps individuals diversify their meals, maintain variety, and discover new ways to prepare nutritious keto-friendly foods.

    Problem Solving: Many people encounter unique challenges when starting or maintaining a diet. Forum communities allow members to seek advice and solutions from others who have faced similar issues, such as dealing with keto flu, managing cravings, or navigating social situations.

    Accountability: Sharing progress and goals within a supportive community can enhance accountability. Members can set goals, track their journey, and receive feedback from others, which can help them stay committed to their dietary choices.

    Education: Forums often have experienced members who are knowledgeable about the a Carnivore, Keto, or Low Carb diet. Newcomers can ask questions, seek clarifications, and learn from those who have been following the diet for a longer time.

    Personal Experiences: Reading about the experiences of others can help individuals gauge what to expect when starting their diet, which can be particularly reassuring for beginners.

    Networking: Diet forums offer the opportunity to connect with people from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in the diet. This can foster new friendships, connections, and even local meetups or events. Keto and Carnivore dieters tend to develop close bonds with one another.

    Research and Debate: Members can engage in discussions about the latest research, trends, controversies, and potential modifications of their diet. This encourages critical thinking and informed decision-making.

    Community Building: Over time, online forums can foster a sense of belonging within a community. Members may establish connections that extend beyond dietary discussions, creating a supportive environment where individuals can share various aspects of their lives.

    Making Friends: Many of us have been involved in other forums over the years, and made life long friends and have even met in real life. 

    It's important to note that while online diet forums can be valuable resources, the information shared does not constitute medical advice. Even if a member is a doctor, nutritionist, or health coach, you should always consult with YOUR healthcare professionals or registered dietitians before making significant changes to your diet, especially if you have underlying health conditions.

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    Welcome to Carnivore Talk! An online community of people who have discovered the benefits of an animal-based ketogenic diet with the goal of losing weight, optimizing their health, and supporting and encouraging one another. We warmly welcome you! [Read More]

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    • I am now 100 days in a Strick Carnivore diet(I only eat meats and eggs. Nothing more) I started the Carnivore diet to improve my body composition. I was a healthy guy with no chronic illness or healthy problems. I lost about 15 lbs in the first 6 weeks (Mostly water) but since then I haven't been able to change my body composition. I have now gone more than 6 weeks without registering any body changes (weight loss, decrease in BF% or measurements) I still need to lose at least another 15lbs of fat to reach my goal of being below 15%BF. However, I don't see how the Carnivora Diet will facilitate this process. I have not experienced most of the benefits common to Carnivores (Improved sleep, more energy/disposition, etc.) nor can I change my body composition. So I would like to ask more experienced Carnivores: 1- How long should I extend my experience with the Carnviroa diet to be able to lose the excess weight I still have? 2- What is the minimum time you should maintain a Carnivora diet when it is not working for you? Thank you for your attention Good luck to everyone    
    • Besides loing some weigth i have not experience most of the Carnivore diet benefits. However, i was healthy when i started the Carnivore diet. I guess it doest work for healty people or some people were not meant to eat only meat
    • No. i have been training now for more than 3 years. Now experienced lifter will increase muscle mass while losing fat
    • Welcome. Veteran here as well. 
    • 1. Fiber - Not needed, however, it won't hurt you to get small amounts in case, I do it myself, about 5 to 8 grams a day.  2. Probiotics/Prebiotics - I take probiotics.  3. Butyrate/Butyric acid - Not worried about this one at all.  4. BHB Ketones supplement - Not for me. Go gently into keto by going low carb first.  5. Methylsulfonylmethane - Again, a no from me.  6. Glucosamine - Also not taking this.  7. Collagen - Bone broth will suffice, skin off chicken, bone in pork chops, etc will get you plenty.  8. Glycine - I am not worried about this one. 9. Q10 - Also not concerned about this one.  10. Minerals - I may here and there supplement on minerals.  11. Omega 3s - I do supplement on this with fish oil. I consider this supplement one of the big ones.  12. Vitamin A - Nope. 13. Vitamin B (group) - Nope.  14. Vitamin C - I take a supplement about 3 times a week. Can't hurt.  15. Vitamin D (+ K) - I supplement both, D every day, vitamin K 3 times a week.  16. Vitamin E - Not concerned about vitamin E 17. https://health.selfdecode.com/blog/carnivore-diet/ What you think about this?  18. Geranylgeraniol - Don't know either. I concentrate on sodium, potassium and magnesium, everyday. The three big ones for me. I also supp with calcium. But that's pretty much it. I adjust as I go.  Hope this helps somewhat.
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