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u/MYMAINACCOUNTOK · 1 pointr/carnivore

Wow thanks for the information and good luck as well.

I just ordered Vitamin D from your link as mine is probably low. I've read that for Vitamin D to be absorbed properly, it should be taken with Vitamin K. Do you take anything for that?

If you don't mind I'm curious about a few more things.

> Vitamin D oil on my face, neck, and hands every other day alternated with Vitamin K cream.

You're doing that for cosmetic related reasons or is it for balancing diet?

I was wondering why you use followings, to balance carnivore diet or for health issues? I just started carnivore diet yesterday, I'm obese and little below 30 y.o.

Potassium Citrate:


u/SineDave · 2 pointsr/carnivore

Alright, here in Metric format. You can convert pretty easily:


2.74 kg top sirloin steak (you want pieces about 2-3cm (1") thick.
Salt (coarse crystal sea salt) 45 ml
Coriander (mortar and pestle) 40 to 50 ml of ground coriander
Brown sugar 13 ml (optional)
Pepper 1.75 ml

Sprinkle on the meat and lightly sprinkle each layer with malt vinegar. Cover and refrigerate overnight for 10 hours.

Mix 1/2 cup malt vinegar in 2 litres boiling water. Pull the meat fairly rapidly one piece at a time through the water. Push string through one end with a skewer and tie to rod or string in drying box. Takes about 48-72 hours.

A note on the box, a simple cardboard box works. Cut holes in the sides near the top and create a grid of string to hang your meat on.


You'll need a standard incandescent light bulb in a work light enclosure. You'll also need a small fan like this one:

Put the light bulb and fan i the box, and let the fan circulate warm air on low. Seal the box on top, and let it run for 2-3 days.

u/junky6254 · 1 pointr/carnivore

Fairly easy. The first day was clear that coffee was an addition. I needed way more to stave off the headache. After the 2nd day it was much better. I used this and worked really well. I started with about 6-7 pills (had a lot of coffee), and got down to 0 by the next week. I was without coffee for 5-6 weeks with no issues.

The hardest part is the morning routine of having something warm to drink. I'd recommend the protocol.

u/eaterout · 2 pointsr/carnivore

I really want one just for the novelty, to see how certain meals affect my internal ketosis. I just think it'd be interesting. So upon looking I finally landed on this one:

The Ketoscan is made by a company that has been making breathalizers for a long time so they have the wisdom to do it right. Of course, it does cost more than the others. I wouldn't bother wasting your money on anything else in this department. If you want to spend less just get any ketone blood meter.

u/pepperconchobhar · 2 pointsr/carnivore

Supplements I use:

Potassium Citrate:


Vitamin D topical oil:

The CBD rub that really does work for localized pain:

The CBD drops (I use two bottles a month because I take it twice a day):

The CBD drops my mother uses (It's less potent than mine, but it is effective):

The bourbon glaze that I use for the salmon with crumbled bacon (this is the only brand that I don't react to and I use many of their products):

The betain HCL I use to help with digestion:

Here's the clay (but any brand will do):

Here's a video on how to make the clay. (I use a blender and add a TBSP rubbing alcohol as a preservative.)

I get the melatonin at Walmart and I do need 10mg. I've tried the lower doses and they don't work for me at all.


I must add that I use blue light blocking glasses in the evening on the recommendation of my doctor and it really does work remarkably well. I put them on around 7:30PM and I'm out by 9PM.

There are a ton of them out there. Just make sure they have orange lenses. These are the ones I use with my glasses.


A link to a post I made about skin care.

u/pompousandfaggy · 1 pointr/carnivore

HP likes an acidic environment. They are smart. When the environment is not to their liking there will dig holes in the gut and hide in them. They come out when it is safe. The holes cause a leaky gut which allows for a whole host of problems.

The baking soda tricks them into thinking its a good time to come out. The mastic gum kills them. Its a way to keep HP in check.

I use this one. It seemed stronger than others I bought...basing off the fact that when I would burp it would taste like the actual gums I would use. Both seemed to help.

I would just fill empty gel caps with basic non AL baking soda.

u/msacch · 6 pointsr/carnivore

Have you tried any supplements?

I’m about 3 weeks into carnivore and week 2 was absolute hell on my stomach.

I did some research and added the following supplements and I’m back to all good. They aid with animal fat digestion. I added the iron because I feel it helps with PMS emotional symptoms.

I also did a 24 Hour fast with just bone broth, which helped too - a reset kind of. And 1 Metamucil tablet a day for 3-4 days.


ox bile


Good luck!

u/AEnoch29 · 2 pointsr/carnivore

Apple Cider Vinegar

Results may vary but it's been touted to help with GERD. Once I'm in better shape and at my target weight I plan on making the experiment to see if it works for me.

u/tootootwootwoot · 5 pointsr/carnivore

I'd recommend getting the book Processed Food Addiction

Processed Food Addiction: Foundations, Assessment, and Recovery

Yes, it's a textbook. But I've found on my journey that knowledge is absolute power. Reading it daily may keep you focused and you'll learn how to tackle it.

u/persp73 · 1 pointr/carnivore

Hydralyte does have sugar, just less than Gatorade.

As I understand it, Vitamin C and glucose use the same receptor on the cell so they will compete, and so in a high-glucose environment you may need to consume more Vitamin C. I guess it depends on how much of this stuff you're drinking.

You might look for a better electrolyte source. I use this stuff. (Note: it's not the tastiest thing in the world.)

u/TriedandTrusted · 1 pointr/carnivore

You need this little helper which seprated fat from broth after cooking. Works like a Charm.

u/FiveManDown · 2 pointsr/carnivore

Thank you for the lengthy reply, Well I have a slow cooker and an air fryer, plus I found a store today that sells all of the above (Frozen), so I look forward to trying these.

I also just purchased 2 books by Fergus Henderson.

u/ThatManAnt34 · 3 pointsr/carnivore

KAL® Bone Meal Powder | Sterilized & Edible Supplement Rich in Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium | for Bones, Teeth, Nerves, Muscular Function | 16 oz

It’s also heavy metal tested.

u/what_34 · 1 pointr/carnivore

okay. Are you getting your potassium? That's the one I'm wondering about.

I drink this to get added potassium (electrolytes)

u/michaelporkchop · 1 pointr/carnivore

Buy a little camping stove that takes butane canisters. I take mine everywhere in a rucksack with a little frying pan. Can fry anything anywhere

I have that one. Comes with a little case. Fried steak in 4 mins

u/HariTerra · 3 pointsr/carnivore

Check your tongue for bacterial buildup, such as a white film. If you have that then you must scrape it off with a tongue scraper. Your tongue should be solid pink with no white or yellow spots. The tongue is usually the main culprit of bad breath.

Meat can also get stuck between teeth and begin to decay and give off a rotten, acidic smell. Buy floss picks and floss your teeth in the morning and night, along with brushing your teeth and brushing gently, but thoroughly, over your gums. Use coconut oil instead of commercial toothpaste.

Look into oil pulling, which is swishing with coconut oil for about 10 to 20 minutes. It pulls out bacteria since they stick to the fat in the oil. Then you spit it out into the garbage. The oil reaches many spots you cannot reach with flossing and brushing alone. Make sure to use virgin coconut oil or cold pressed coconut oil. Never used refined coconut oil.