The story of Dr. Terry Wahls is a fascinating, deeply personal dive into the tie between nutrition and disease management. Dr. Wahls has struggled with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis for more than a decade. In the year 2000, Wahls was jogging every morning. Just three years later, she found herself confined to a wheelchair suffering from chronic pain and brain fog. Despite having access to the latest drugs from reputable establishments like the Cleveland Clinic, it wasn’t until a radical change in her diet that Dr. Wahls finally felt she was on the road to a form of recovery. Now, she can walk, work, and has since even completed an 18-miler bike race.
You’ve probably heard that sitting at your desk can kill you. Why? What’s the science behind the claim that sitting is the new smoking? We dive into the topic and unearth some compelling research for, and against, that argument.
Orthopedic surgeon, world record holding masters athlete, US Air Force veteran, and hardcore carnivore...it’s none other than Dr. Shawn Baker. Shawn is an interesting n=1 case study of someone not only following the carnivore diet to resolve health issues, but also experience performance gains.
"Meat heals" is a popular tagline within the carnivore community. This rings true for Mikhaila Peterson, who has suffered from various autoimmune disorders & depression for the majority of her life. Simply eating an organic olive could trigger a waterfall of symptoms that makes the next few weeks an ordeal.