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Millions of Americans suffer from ailments for which modern medicine has provided only limited relief: diabetes, depression, joint pain, heart disease and various autoimmune diseases. Millions more have tried and failed to lose weight and keep it off. If you’re one of those afflicted, you know how frustrating and disheartening it is to be cycled through treatment plans, diets and prescriptions that provide only little relief, and may actually add to your suffering.
If you’re ready to improve your quality of life, Paul Saladino has the answers you’ve been seeking. In The Carnivore Code, Paul explains how the carnivore diet offers a host of scientifically-proven benefits, such as better sleep, reduced joint pain, weight loss and improved mental clarity. You’ve been led astray by propaganda demonizing meat and heralding the benefits of plant-based diets. In this book, Paul dismantles those myths one by one before giving you a step-by-step guide to implementing the carnivore diet and experiencing its benefits for yourself.
Dr. Saladino is the leading authority on the science and application of the carnivore diet. He has used this diet to reverse autoimmunity, chronic inflammation and mental health issues in hundreds of patients, many of whom had been told their conditions were untreatable. In addition to his personal podcast, Fundamental Health, he can be found featured on numerous podcasts including The Minimalists, The Model Health Show, Bulletproof Radio, The Dr. Gundry Podcast, The Ben Greenfield Podcast, Dr. Mercola, Health Theory, Mark Bell’s Power Project, and many others. He has also appeared on The Doctors TV show and will release his first book in 2020 titled, “The Carnivore Code: Unlocking the Secrets to Optimal Health by Returning to our Ancestral Diet.”
Dr. Saladino completed residency at the University of Washington and is board certified in psychiatry. He is also a certified functional medicine practitioner through the Institute for Functional Medicine. He attended medical school at the University of Arizona where he worked with Dr. Andrew Weil focusing on integrative medicine and nutritional biochemistry. Prior to medical school, Dr. Saladino worked as a physician assistant in cardiology. It was during this time that he saw first hand the shortcomings of mainstream Western medicine with its symptom focused, pharmaceutical based paradigm. He decided to return to medical school with the hope of better understanding the true roots of chronic disease and illness, and how to correct and reverse these. He now maintains a private practice in San Diego, California, and sees clients from all over the world virtually.
When he is not researching connections between nutritional biochemistry and chronic disease, he can be found in the ocean searching for the perfect wave, cultivating mindfulness, or spending time with friends and family.
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How did your own health journey led you to the carnivore diet? What sort of personal health improvements have you seen eating this way?
What exactly is a carnivore diet and how did you discover this way of eating?
What do we know about the role that eating meat has played in the development of the human brain? What caused our brains to grow so rapidly 2 million years ago?
What happened to the health of humans at the time of the neolithic revolution 12,000 years ago when we started farming and shunned hunting?
What sort of toxins are found in plants? Haven’t we been told these are good for us?
What are isothiocyanates and how to they causes us harm?
Aren’t polyphenols good for us? You present some striking evidence in the book that this might not be the case.
What are oxalates, what foods are they in and what does the medical literature say about how they can hurt us?
What about lectins? Can these molecules hurt us?
By excluding plants from our diet aren’t there nutrients we would be missing?
Haven’t we been told that plant foods are beneficial due to xenohormesis? In the book you debate this concept strongly.
Don’t humans need fiber to have healthy bowel movements? What about a healthy microbiome? Diverticulosis prevention? Cancer prevention?
Haven’t we been told that red meat causes cancer or will shorten our lives?
What about mTOR? Won’t eating a lot overstimulate this?
In the book you expose the problems with the “Blue Zones”, tell us about the inaccuracies with this notion.
Is red meat bad for our heart? We’ve been told that eating meat will cause heart disease but in the book you point that this is based in epidemiology and bad science and demonstrate evidence to the contrary.
We’ve been told that meat is bad for the environment, what the real truth here?