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Zero Carb Interview: Amber O’Hearn [Article]
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An interesting article about an all meat diet. Several sources have said it has cured their depression and other aliments. It appears a lot of people are using it to replace traditional medication for themselves and their children. As always, do your own research and consult your doctor first. Lots of good forums and videos talking about the effects of such a diet.

25. What do you enjoy most about eating a Zero Carb diet?

It’s hard to think of anything better about carnivorous eating than the freedom from living with Type II Bipolar Disorder and suicidal depression. However, one thing I love about my diet is that I trust my appetite completely now. My body stays in a range of about five pounds no matter what I do. That’s freeing. I also love that I’m especially resistant to disease now. I never worry about the latest viruses going around. I feel robust.

26. Do you have any advice for someone who is just beginning a Zero Carb diet?

My advice to a beginner is to commit to going into it as completely as possible for at least three weeks. You want to eliminate as many confounding factors as possible and stay at it long enough to start seeing changes. Please see my and Zooko’s blog post “Eat Meat. Not Too Little. Mostly Fat.” for our full advice on starting.

https://zerocarbzen.com/tag/carnivorous-diet/


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Diet is a thing that is highly individual. I try to understand why this way is because our biology is very similar, yet we all require different diets to thrive. I wouldn't recommend this all-meat diet to anyone or not in a long term but it's not unbelievable that it works for certain people. Like, in my case, I do keto diet for years now which kills my anxiety but I've heard about people who get nervous and depressed without the right amount of carbs, even if it's the more rare case. It's all about experimenting. Strange.

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I think it comes down to DNA. Your ancestors had certain ways of living and eating, over time gut bacteria actually gets past down from mother to child as well as DNA programming for digestion.

If your ancestors were primarily hunters then they do well on a mostly meat diet. If they were settlers who relied mostly on farming then they may be best adapted to a plant based diet. Most of the time it's a balance between the two.

One thing to consider is pollution and the pesticides that get sprayed on all vegetables, even organic ones and injected into meats and the effects this has on our physical and mental health.


One thing about carbs, they can be addictive and people may suffer from withdrawal symptoms while it clears their system.

Lastly, anyone suffering from depression or mental disorders should do their own research on this before giving it a try.




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