Here are some useful links to ebooks and publications as well as video’s that help and support this way of eating.
What must I do to get well?And keep so? Elma Stuart, 1898. (PDF book).
The Fat of the Land. Vilhjalmur Stefansson, 1960. (PDF book).
Dr Barry Groves: Homo Carnivorus, what we are Designed to Eat. (Explains it all really!)
My Zero Carb Life: Kelly Williams Hogan (the poster-girl for ZC):
Comment on “Systematic Review: Isocaloric Ketogenic Dietary Regimes for Cancer Patients” by Erickson et al
Zero Carb Doc Conference Call Audioblog September 19, 2017 by
AHS12 Georgia Ede MD Little Shop of Horrors? The Risks and Benefits of Eating Plants.
Dr Shawn Baker (Nequalsmany carnivore study) talking about the health benefits of eating a meat only diet.
The WHO claims that eating meat causes cancer? A good rebuttal article by Diagnosis diet.
The 5 Stages of Grieving Carbs. Excellent article from Zero Carb Health.
Vitamin C and the all-meat diet. Dr Paul Mabry : All meat diets contain much less Vitamin C than plant based diets, this is not controversial.
A brilliant article by Michael Goldstein that gathers together a whole lot of useful resources with hyperlinks. Just Meat.
Dr. Zoe Harcombe – “Facts About Food To Help Real Foodies Fight Back”.
Scientists reveal the relationship between sugar and cancer: VIB news
Why We Need Animal Fats with Author Sally Fallon Morell (podcast and transcription).
Conference Call #2 Supplements, Bowel issues, Does Zero Carb Damage the Liver or Kidneys, Adding Fat, Processed Meats/Nitrates
by Paul Mabry MD | Oct 20, 2017 (podcast and subject areas covered).
Sugar: The Bitter Truth. Dr Robert Lustig. (Not strictly ZC, but interesting information about fructose and the negative effects it has on the body).
Eggs modulate the inflammatory response to carbohydrate restricted diets in overweight men. Joseph C Ratliff, Gisella Mutungi, Michael J Puglisi, Jeff S Volek, and Maria Luz Fernandez PMC. (PMCID: PMC2265719): Abstract.
100% Pasture-fed Animal Fats: Villain or Under-appreciated Superfood?
By Nora Gedgaudas, CNS, NTP, BCHN
For over 100,000 generations of human evolutionary history our ancestral forebears led a purely hunter-gatherer lifestyle, and more research has come to light in recent years underscoring the fact that we have been mostly hunters throughout the majority of this time, between roughly 2.6 million years ago to just about 10,000 years ago when we adopted a more agriculturally-based lifestyle and began eating a more carbohydrate-based diet. The first signs of what we call the “diseases of modern civilization” began to emerge at that time; radically accelerating since then following the industrial revolution. And our supposedly short life span reduced further by roughly HALF.
What if It’s ALL Been a Big Fat Lie? – Peter Ballerstedt (AHS17)
The Metabolic Syndrome may not kill as fast as Ebola but ~2/3rds of people have it!
How does the Zero Carb diet (a diet of meat, eggs, cheese and butter) I follow fit into solving this problem. I was a total sugar addict for 62 years. The literature suggests that total abstinence is the most successful strategy for beating addictions to substances. Zero Carb in my opinion has been shown to bring health and vitality and it completely elimintates sugar from the diet.
The bottom line is that the health and economy of the world is being wrecked by a substance at least as addictive as heroin or cocaine – SUGAR. We all need to do something soon or the collision with the iceberg in inevitable!
Does Meat Rot In Your Colon? No. What Does? Beans, Grains, and Vegetables! Like most vegetarian propaganda, it’s not just false, it’s an inversion of truth. As the proverb says, “When you point your finger, your other three fingers point back at you.” Let’s take a short trip through the digestive system to see why!
CAN HUMANS DIGEST MEAT? WRITTEN ON OCTOBER 27, 2011 BY WOLVERINE IN SCIENCE FOR TRUTH, TRANSPLANT RELATED A common myth told by PETA and is ignorantly repeated today is the claim that humans are unable to digest meat and it therefore putrefies in the colon, causing disease. I believe I may have a special insight on this one based on my unique experiences.
Fiber Menace: Fiber Menace is for people who believe fiber prevents cancers, reduces the risk of heart disease, regulates blood sugar, wards off diabetes, lowers appetite, induces weight loss, cleanses the colon, and eliminates constipation. Tragically, none of it is true, and Fiber Menace explains why it’s the complete opposite. Most of those findings have been well known and widely publicized even before Fiber Menace’s release.
The Cholesterol Myths: Exposing the Fallacy that Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease. Did you know? Cholesterol is not a deadly poison. It is a substance that is vital to the cells of all mammals. There is no such thing as “good” or “bad” cholesterol, but mental stress, physical activity and change of body weight may influence the level of blood cholesterol. A high cholesterol is not dangerous by itself, but may reflect an unhealthy condition, or it may be totally innocent.
More than half a billion adults and 40 million children on the planet are obese. Diabetes is a worldwide epidemic. Evidence increasingly shows that these illnesses are linked to the other major Western diseases: hypertension, heart disease, even Alzheimer’s and cancer, and that shockingly, sugar is likely the single root cause. Yet the nutritional advice we receive from public health bodies is muddled, out of date, and frequently contradictory, and in many quarters still promotes the unproven hypothesis that fats are the greatest evil.
Gluconeogenesis : September 12, 2017 Raphael Sirtoli. Step into the low-carb world and soon enough you’ll hear the term GlucoNeoGenesis. GNG for short, is your body’s ability to construct glucose, a kind of sugar, out of molecules that aren’t glucose. It does this to ensure that, if you don’t eat any carbs, the cells in your body that need glucose will still get enough of it. It’s one reason why humans are so good at fasting or delaying death from starvation for weeks or months. We can meet our own need for glucose by producing it ourselves.
More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Protein & Gluconeogenesis
JULY 26, 2017
So that’s what’s on tap today, kids: Gluconeogenesis. That’s right, friends, it’s time to do some myth-busting surrounding the whacked-out notion that protein—lean protein, in particular (like a skinless chicken breast, or tuna canned in water)—is the metabolic equivalent of chocolate cake. (Or cotton candy, or gummy bears, or any other insanely sugary thing that might raise your blood glucose and insulin far more than protein does.)
Empirica : L. Amber O’Hearn
Empirica is a place for me to discuss personal experiments and observations, and ideas in progress. I also write scientific articles about the ketogenic diet as a health practice, and have started writing a bit about my computer science work.
High Steaks – Meat Is Life : Ash Simmons
LOW CARB/KETOGENIC DIET RESOURCES
What happens when you ONLY eat meat and NOTHING ELSE
Read more at http://endofthree.libsyn.com/what-happens-when-you-only-eat-meat-and-nothing-else-with-dr-shawn-baker#5Khuvb0g50AbMLw2.99. Listen to the podcast here.
Ode To Fat – The Folly of “Lean Meat” (High Steaks) Some fantastic resources here.
The Time Traveller’s cook Book : The Meat Lover’s Edition. (PDF). Wonderfully light hearted look at some of our ancestral recipes from thousands or millions of years ago.
IHMCSTEM-Talk with Nina Teicholz : EPISODE 52: NINA TEICHOLZ ON SATURATED FAT, U.S. DIETARY GUIDELINES, AND THE SHORTCOMINGS OF NUTRITION SCIENCE
Just a casual mention on the JOE ROGAN EXPERIENCE! With Dr Shawn Baker. https://vimeo.com/246395188
The Simplicity, Truth, And Freedom Of Carnivory : From the Zero Carb Health blog. Blunt and to the point – what more do you need?