24. Why I Like Carnivore More Than Keto, Paleo, Low Carb, and Every Other Diet
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
1w ago
Welcome to Episode 23 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! This 13-minute episode discusses why I like the Carnivore diet way more than keto, paleo, low carb, or any other diet I've ever tried. Though these diets tend to get grouped together as "alternative diets," my experience between carnivore and everything else has been enormously different. There are many reasons why I've been able to stick with carnivore on the order of years instead of months, and I can't say that for any other diet I've tried. If you're on Facebook, join The Road to Carnivore private facebook group. This is a place to ..read more
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23. How to Tolerate Dairy
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
1w ago
Welcome to Episode 23 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! This 11-minute episode discusses how to tolerate dairy, if it's something you currently can't eat without issue, but would like to be able to eat. A carnivore diet may be able to heal your gut and villi enough to get you there. If you're on Facebook, join The Road to Carnivore private facebook group. This is a place to share and get support for any challenges you’re facing on your Road to Carnivore, in a dogma-free setting. See the show notes and resources here on my website. **Do you want your kids to eat more meat and less junk? Chec ..read more
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22. How Sugar Damages the Body
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
3w ago
Welcome to Episode 22 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! This 16-minute episode discusses the nuances of how sugar damages the body. We've all heard before that sugar is unhealthy, but the damage is so much worse than most people know. If you have trouble resisting sugar, the information shared here may serve as extra motivation to stay away from it. If you're on Facebook, join The Road to Carnivore private facebook group. This is a place to share and get support for any challenges you’re facing on your Road to Carnivore, in a dogma-free setting. See the show notes and resources here on my we ..read more
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09. What I Eat On a Typical Day of Carnivore
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
3w ago
Welcome to Episode 9 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! In this 11-minute episode I share what I eat on a typical day of carnivore, so you can get a better idea of how this looks day to day. See the show notes and resources here on my website. **Do you want your kids to eat more meat and less junk? Check out my ebook How to Get Your Kids to Eat More Meat...and actually like it ..read more
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08. Eating Less and Exercising More Doesn't Work for Most People
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
3w ago
Welcome to Episode 8 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! In this 15-minute episode I explain why we need to let go of the idea that eating less and exercising more is the long term solution for health problems and weight loss. People really want to hang on to this idea that they simply need to get back in control by counting calories again, watching portion sizes, and getting their cardio in every day. But I am arguing that from a biological standpoint this is a hopeless way for many people to get to a place of good health and effective weight management. And the problem is insulin. The stand ..read more
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#21 The Dangers of Having Affection for Food
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
7M ago
Welcome to Episode 21 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! This 15-minute episode brings awareness to a common stumbling block for those trying to switch to a carnivore lifestyle: unchecked affection for non-carnivore foods. Reining in this affection is key to doing carnivore long term from a place of joy and peace, instead of forced discipline and compliance. Show Notes and Resources: https://theroadtocarnivore.com/episode-21-the-dangers-of-having-affection-for-food ..read more
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#20 My Experience with Carnivore during Pregnancy
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
7M ago
Welcome to Episode 20 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! In this 16-minute episode, I share my personal experience with the carnivore diet during pregnancy. Despite the fact that I was carnivore for nearly 2 years prior to this pregnancy, having a fully carnivore pregnancy was literally not possible for me. I was so sick with nausea, vomiting, and meat aversions in the first trimester, that any attempts to force these carnivore foods down resulted in being overruled by my body, and all the meat coming back up.  While it was very upsetting at the time, my research into this topic confirmed ..read more
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#19 The "Meat Causes Cancer" Myth
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
7M ago
Welcome to Episode 19 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! Have you ever heard someone say that meat causes cancer? This 17-minute episode will help you understand this widely held but unfounded claim, and where it came from. There is literally not a single study on earth that proves a link between meat consumption and an increased risk of cancer. Show Notes and Resources: https://theroadtocarnivore.com/episode-19-the-meat-causes-cancer-myth ..read more
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#18 Why Wheat Is Far Worse Than You Know
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
7M ago
Welcome to Episode 18 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! This 20-minute episode is all about wheat, and the ways it damages the human body.  Many people are familiar with gluten, and the gut damage it causes is pretty well known and well accepted. But the damage done by wheat is much more than that.  Wheat also damages the brain, the arteries, the bones and joints, and other types of cells and tissues. It also hijacks the reward system in the brain, increases visceral fat, and impacts mental health. Show Notes and Resources: https://theroadtocarnivore.com/episode-18-why-wheat-is-far ..read more
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#17 Letting Go of Food with Freedom
The Road to Carnivore
by Joanne Ozug
7M ago
Welcome to Episode 17 of The Road to Carnivore Podcast! In this 13-minute episode, I will share a concept with you that has been a big part of my carnivore experience: letting go of food with freedom. There are many ways to approach carnivore. One approach is strict abstinence akin to how some people address alcoholism, where you live by the rule that you never eat carbohydrates and plant foods because by nature, it’s not allowed on carnivore. This approach may work for people, but I personally found it did not work for me. The thought of a food “not being allowed” made me incredibly rebelliou ..read more
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