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Primal Diet / Re: Red Meat Intolerance?
« on: December 17, 2018, 01:33:38 pm »
guess I'm cutting out the eggs. I'm from norcal, been mixing costco eggs with more expensive ones to save money, never thought it would be an issue. i hope it's the eggs, it's been frustrating having to cut out raw meat. i've already lost lean muscle and feel weaker in general

Primal Diet / Re: Red Meat Intolerance?
« on: December 17, 2018, 02:03:53 am »
I'll give it some time and take it easy, then. Bite-size portions from now on. I doubt fat is the issue, since I consume more than a dozen raw yolks a day.

Primal Diet / Red Meat Intolerance?
« on: December 16, 2018, 10:15:40 pm »
I've been eating raw meat for months now; a pound a day of either beef liver, heart or steak. This whole time, though, I've been dealing with bloating and diarrhea from the meat, which hasn't subsided at all after months. I figured my stomach would get used to it, but it hasn't at all.

Things I've tried to alleviate issues:
-different kinds of red meat (lamb)
-multiple sources of high quality meat / butchers
-eating nothing but raw meat/eggs for a period of time
-eating the meat alone as a meal
-adding raw fat
-cooked keto combined with raw meat meals
-small amounts of raw meat instead of an entire pound

I finally stopped eating raw meat, and my stomach feels way better, but the benefits of raw meat (added lean muscle, strength, fullness) are lacking. Recently I got diarrhea so bad I had to go on a raw egg fast for a couple days, which cleared it up quickly.

I've heard dogs get diarrhea from raw diets without added calcium. Does this apply to humans? Should I switch to white meats?

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