Well, I promised to update folks on how things were going since I cut out supplements a few days ago. (I also have been better on my diet but I have been good off and on without these same results.) So, it is quite a change and fast. My skin is better and I am … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Update on Supplements
Month: February 2020
Carnivore Dreams – Frankenstein
Well, folks, I'm a creative writer so I have a good imagination. I can think of plots for horror movies easily, tend to let things go wild in the old noggin. I mostly tend to be suspicious of science (Mary Shelley was commenting more on gender than science, I think, fascinating book to re-study!). All … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Frankenstein
Carnivore Dreams – A bit more optimistic re-post on Coronavirus
I noticed China was diagnosing with CT scan and it apparently has some real advantages. Here is a good post from Phil Hueston:
Carnivore Dreams – Conspiracy Dump3
Ok, so that report appears to have merit and it's a scary one: Lindmeier said the WHO was looking very carefully into reports of some people getting re-infected. So the best we can do is stock up, keep healthy, no drinking and abusing our bodies, eat the best quality food we can afford.
Carnivore Dreams – Conspiracy Theory Part 2 – Coronavirus and Dogs?
Sweet Maggie Mae -- my English Shepherd doggie. Collie family. Ok, now I'm really worried. So there were rumors the Chinese were killing dogs and cats a while back. Big headline right now -- a dog tested positive in Hong Kong with NO symptoms. So think of this. A virus undetectable and doesn't make animals … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Conspiracy Theory Part 2 – Coronavirus and Dogs?
Carnivore Dreams – Supplement Observation
I have been having trouble feeling as well as I once did on carnivore--of course, I'm cheating on my diet and stressed to the max. I might be doing fabulously under the circumstances. However, I had added back in some supplements--vitamin D, K-2, occasional calcium, occasional astaxanthin, berberine, homocysteine. Since my stomach had been acting … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Supplement Observation
Carnivore Dreams – Conspiracy Dump
Dean Koontz is 75 years old, so I suspect these are not recent photos oh his website. I think it was in 86 or sometime in there he wrote a horror story about a biological accident originating in Wuhan. Apparently, some of the specifics were different. There is some speculation that this virus originated in … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Conspiracy Dump
Carnivore Dreams – Coronavirus Stock-up-Ongoing List2
**Going to repost this information every day for a while. There are asterisks next to things I decided to add that were not in the first postings. Will do that everyday for a bit as I think of other things we should have around. Not sure there's anything on this shelf I'd pick, but you … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Coronavirus Stock-up-Ongoing List2
Carnivore Dreams – Coronavirus Stock Up -Ongoing list
Not sure there's anything on this shelf I'd pick, but you get the idea. **Oh, I nearly forgot coffee and tea bags!! (I will get some cans of coffee--not my favorite expensive brew, but a few big cans of both regular and decaf to store--and lots of tea bags!) I live off the grid … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Coronavirus Stock Up -Ongoing list
Carnivore Dreams – Woodfire Notes
In the Introduction to my Larousse Gastronomique (which professes itself “the World’s Greatest Culinary Encyclopedia”), it refers to the history of gastronomy as “the story of those who took part in its evolution and [who are] responsible for establishing what is, in effect, one of the cornerstones of civilization. Gastronomy reflects society, and studying … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Woodfire Notes