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Do You Eat Meat and Meat Products Everyday?

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Well, I do not eat meat and meat products every day, I eat meat 3-4 times a week. When I eat meat, I combine meat dishes with plant-based foods (vegetables, rice, bread, etc.). While I enjoy meat and I feel very good on the day when I eat meat, however, eating too much meat also causes constipation. Therefore, I always eat a lot of veggies when I am eating meat. Do you eat meat every day?

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Yes, I’m a carnivore therefore all I eat are meat and meat products.
I do this because meat is all the human body needs for optimal health. Meat is the most nutrient dense food there is and it is all bioavailable to our bodies whereas vegetables and grains are not.
I eat strictly for nutrition therefore I avoid sugars in all forms, seeds, seed oils, grains(which are also seeds) nuts (another seed) and vegetables.
Meat, animal fats, eggs, cheese and water. That’s all I want and all I need.

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Currently I eat meat exclusively on most days. Maybe once a month, I and the guy that works for me will go out for lunch together and he likes Chipotle so we will go there and I will have a salad with double meat and none of the starchy carby bits. I usually make dinner, which means the wife gets the same meat I do. Every once in a while she wants a side of steamed broccoli or asparagus or brussel sprouts, and I will have a small side of those as well.

For these very rare occasions, I call myself "mostly carnivore" or "97% carnivore". I rarely eat off plan, and if I am gonna "cheat", I cheat with keto or something 100% found in nature. I'm not averse to plants mainly because I have zero reactions to them. But for now, I choose to stay away from them. 

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