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#Carnivore75Hard Week 2 Update: Halloween, Commitment Bracelets, 11/16 All City Meat Ups, Apparel

Wow that’s a mouthful to think that all those things happened in one week! 10/28/2019 It’s nearing Halloween. Are you prepared? In my #Carnivore75Hard introduction video, I talk about a study where patients who were discharged from the hospital recuperated faster when they planned their days down to the small details. They did this by incorporating visualization …

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Why Breast is Best: The Importance of Breastfeeding

Before I get into this topic, I want to mention that not every mom gets the luxury of breastfeeding. Whether it’s because of physical, personal or financial reasons, sometimes breastfeeding isn’t possible. We have to work with what we can and no one should feel “mom-guilt” or “parent-guilt” for not having breastfed their child. You …

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Carnivore Nutritionist – Challenging Status Quo

My last few blog posts have had some contention and I wanted to bare a little of my soul with my readers. So why am I writing nutritional posts that can sometimes challenge the status quo? I’ve always been someone that questioned status quo. I always pushed boundaries. I want to share truths I learn …

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Meaning of Life — Life as We Know It and the Pursuit of Happiness

Ever since I last wrote, I’ve had every intention of writing more frequently. I started a laundry list of interesting topics of the day. Or just random thoughts I had in the moment that felt worthy of my next blog entry. But of course, the operative word being intention, I never got to them. My writing …

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