Click here to visit Butcherbox. WI've been reading lots of carnivore type's blogs about how it doesn't matter if you eat grass fed meat or organic and regular old meat is fine. I think Mikhaila Peterson dislikes grass fed meat and Shawn Baker claims it isn't necessary--I'm sure because of the cost. I tend to … Continue reading Carnivore Diet Day 14 Maybe – Butcherbox
Homely. Only fair to post about a more down day. Of course, I haven't fixed up at all. This is the worst of it. I have noticed (and not just on the carnivore diet) that as I lose weight I seem to go in and out of proportion, both on my body and on my … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams Day Twelve – one of the down days
Kino -- she practices Ashtanga yoga -- which is described as "challenging." And if you did all she did, you would be challenged. I suppose even her easier stuff is somewhat challenging which is why I probably like it. However, she describes this type of yoga as being a spiritual journey. I presume she won't … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams Day Ten – Kino
Hemp Oil--I don't take it. But I have been thinking about supplements in general. I have noticed that in general all those on carnivore take no supplements at all. And the first time I went on it (which lasted 55 days), I took none as well. I felt great most of the time with no … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams Day Nine (I think) – Supplements?
This is Day Seven on carnivore for me. I'm still getting headaches, but not sure if it's the diet or the fact I have to apply for Medicaid for my dad. You have no idea how overwhelming that is: possibly five years credit card statements, SS notifications, bank statements, tax returns, birth certificates (reminds me--got … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Day Seven
Apple Watch. Worth the hype? Well, still not sure. I don't like the EMF idea on my body, though I definitely take it off at night. But I have to say it keeps me mindful of moving, standing, and most importantly: my heart rate variability. Heart rate variability measures your body at stress from either … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Breathe
Pretty happy for me--not a huge smiler. Ha. But this brings me to my post for today. I am off with my dad for his swallowing test (his Parkinson's poses problems) as you read this. So today will be just meditation yoga when we return. But perhaps the best thing about the Carnivore diet is … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Don’t worry, be happy
Ok, it's Day Three. Good, bad, and ugly. My skin is improving right away as it did before. No wine and more water, partly. More fat maybe. There is also this "feeling" my body is detoxing, maybe even resting. Sort of. I guess I mean my digestive tract feels quieter and maybe even my nerves … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Day 3 – Oxalate Dump?
Well, it's been a stressful day, you think--this care taking thing is not for the faint of heart. You have to give up your quality of life all in hopes of giving some of it to a loved one and instead you are regarded as a jailer. Every day you work at some kind of … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams Day One
I've been doing yoga for some time--mostly a beginning routine that mixed in some meditation. I liked it for anxiety and to get some stretching in on off days from a hard workout. Lately I stumbled on a YouTube video, beginning level, but moving into "strength" with Kino. It has been amazing in that the … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Strength Yoga Part 2