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u/McLuhanSaidItFirst · 1 pointr/zerocarb

You have a great smile. You look better than 95% of the 66 year olds I know; you could look even younger with a few changes.

Long grey hair makes a guy look older. So does facial hair if it's even a little bit long; but if everything else is on point, a thick, but not bushy, well trimmed moustache like that looks masculine and virile and is a plus for many women.

Your biceps are on the small side for your frame and not defined; mass and definition and strength makes a guy look much younger. Stronglifts 5x5 and running interact synergistically with the metabolic impact of ZC to create a literal 'fountain of youth' of neurotransmitters and hormones:

Crossfit will change the way you carry yourself; it makes a huge difference in the impression of age. They have you do a huge variety of different activities that require you to move in ways that only very young, very active people move. This will improve your posture and movement from head to toe, your natural bodily expression. That's a powerfully attractive nonverbal signal women pick up on in person, and IME is one of the reasons men can meet women about a hundred times more easily in person than using online profiles. Online dating is a sick joke, a waste of time for most men.

You've made a great start; there's a 66 year old stud in there wanting to come out.

u/bienvenumyriel · 4 pointsr/zerocarb

Ha =) well this diet will test your will power that's for sure. But it gets a lot easier as you learn what works for you.

I am glad you made it here. Most IBDers don't think they can only eat meat and survive and therefore never try. I have only anecdotal evidence but from what I have seen lots of them would benefit from it.

Few tips to start off:

  1. You will poop a lot less. Most of the meat and fat we eat gets utilized by the body.

  2. I would get some sort of snack to help you wean off your "carb snacking" ways. I used pork rinds a lot when I first started off.

  3. You will eventually want to move away from plant based fats. Lard, Tallow, and Duck Fat work great for me. Here is where I buy them:

  4. There will be a transition period. Salt really helped me with this, however don't get overly involved with all the Electrolyte drama that goes on over at r/keto.

  5. Your body will need a lot of fat, but will not be able to handle a lot at first. It might give you diarrhea. Work up your fat tolerance up slowly.

  6. Different people have different cooking techniques. Do what's easiest for you. I sous vide everything which allows me to go shopping once a month - which I love.

  7. Watch Leonardo Dicaprio in The Revenant. That's you.
u/Nantes22 · 12 pointsr/zerocarb

Your body will thank you. Raised vegan, sometimes saw my parents “lapse” into vegetarianism, went to mostly vegetarian as an adult but rebelled by trying inconsequential quantities of meat. I had a myriad of mystery health problems that I couldn’t understand and neither could my doctors; I’m early 30’s. It was a horrible journey, but I feel like a new person on carnivore/zero carb and I’m only three months into it. Also everything is starting to make sense which is glorious.

I’ll be honest with you, changes in weight or muscles are not as visually dramatic for me initially. If your experience is like mine, your body will spend a lot of time nourishing deprived joints, bones and muscles in the beginning, but you’ll feel more energy and stronger. I also experienced extreme oxalate dumping which was tough. I wrote some of my experience here (kind of went on a tangent, tbh!):

If you have more questions, feel free to message me. I’m still learning about meat (I didn’t even know what each cut was or how to cook it) but I hope you enjoy that first steak as much as I did!!!

Oh I suggest some good reading for recovering vegetarians/vegans, message me if you’re interested in a book list but “vegetarian myth” by Lierre Keith is a good primer:

u/Ravenhaft · 6 pointsr/zerocarb

Oh well if you have a cooktop, I use a great recipe I found. I just use a regular stainless steel pan.

  1. Salt generously, then let sit at room temperature for 45 minutes
  2. Heat to med-high heat with 1 tbsp ghee, let it start to smoke just a little bit then throw on the steak.
  3. Cook, flipping every once in awhile, generally about 6 minutes.
  4. Add 1 TBSP of butter and cook for another few minutes. Turn down temperature if it starts smoking too much.

    I do this almost every day and LOVE the ribeyes I get out of it.

    If you want the official recipe buy this book, it's changed my cooking life.
u/anbeav · 8 pointsr/zerocarb

I use this one

Dirty Mouth Organic Toothpowder #1 BEST RATED All Natural Dental Tooth Powder Cleanser- Gently Polishes, Detoxifies, Re-Mineralizes, Strengthens Teeth -Spearmint (1oz=3mo Supply) -Primal Life Organics

u/GroovyGrove · 8 pointsr/zerocarb

I have been using this stuff, but my hygienist, who was complementing my newfound dental health (aside from coffee stains), said just baking soda would probably do the job. I probably won't buy it again if I can make something easily, but it is nice for travel, and shelf stable for years. Would recommend it to anyone who travels regularly.

u/12_Rules_For_Life · 1 pointr/zerocarb

Vitamin D3 with K2 (MK-7) Potent Liquid Drops - Improve Mood, Strengthen Bones and Teeth & Boost Immune System - 1oz Bottle - Go Nutrients

u/pickblast · 6 pointsr/zerocarb

Utz Pork Rinds are great value and pretty filling. They come in massive jugs.

u/arendorff · 1 pointr/zerocarb

That's very interesting. This loss of focus (brain fog) is quite familiar to me. I suspect it's a symptom of brain inflammation and I get it whenever I have eaten something I shouldn't have. Did you notice these mood changes coinciding with your meals or certain foods? From my experience, if you're indeed having reactions, those won't go away if you stick to the diet for a couple of months more. I noticed improvements within days to maybe a week after eliminating certain inflammatory foods (going gluten/grain-free, dairy-free, egg-free, nightshade-free, etc.).

This book helped me a lot understanding the connection between brain health and gut health/nutrition. The author also has a website and stuff on youtube. My knowledge about food sensitivities and stuff mostly comes from doing the paleo autoimmune protocol before going ZC (AIP). It's great for that kind of stuff, but way too high in vegetables/fiber/plant toxins to be a truly healing diet IMO. That's why I went ZC.

u/anonlodico · 12 pointsr/zerocarb

You are right. Agriculture based on grass fed ruminants is by far the most sustainable and environmentally benign. I’d highly recommend Defending Beef: The Case for Sustainable Meat Production by Nicolette Hahn Niman. It covers the subject thoroughly, is well written and enjoyable to read.

u/Sirchazerton · 2 pointsr/zerocarb

Then go for hydrolyzed collagen powder. Here the best one I’ve found.

Great Lakes Gelatin Collagen Hydrolysate Beef, Kosher, 16 oz.

u/floweronwall · 1 pointr/zerocarb

Aside from the iron, I started taking this collagen supplement. You should definitely check in with a pediatrician though. Good luck!

u/badchromosome · 3 pointsr/zerocarb

Anyone interested in the relationship of dental health and diet should get a copy of Weston Price's Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. Fascinating read.

u/richie_engineer · 3 pointsr/zerocarb

Yeah, needle / blade tenderizers are great.

If you're a cheap bastard like me, this $7.60 one from Amazon gets the job done.

u/poohbeth · 5 pointsr/zerocarb

/r/meatogains might be better. Stay in ZC ketotic loveliness, and have gym gains. In the keto world Stephen Phinney and Jeff Volek wrote Which may give you an understanding of how your body behaves when exercising heavily, and how to game the system.

u/adarkmethodicrash · 3 pointsr/zerocarb

It's written by a former avid Vegan, and covers what she's learned about how Vegtarianism/Veganism affects health, the environment, and animal rights. It's not a hard scientific study, but covers a wide range of topics to enough of a degree to possibly reshape your thinking. I suggest reading it as a overview, and then start digging into select areas that concern you more deeply.

She didn't go ZC, but instead is omnivore with a focus on fresh unprocessed food.

u/dbignell · 7 pointsr/zerocarb

check out this book - The Salt Fix: Why the Experts Got It All Wrong--and How Eating More Might Save Your Life, by Dr. James DiNicolantonio. He is highly regarded in the keto/zerocarb world.

u/forevernevereverfor · 3 pointsr/zerocarb

Have you tried a heavy cream powder. I find that the powder works better for me than actual milk.


u/josemhg · 1 pointr/zerocarb

Amazon has the 12 pack for $36.16 roughly $3 each. I can't find them on my local supermarket so maybe I'll give it a try.

u/SoddingEggiweg · 1 pointr/zerocarb

Food scientists have mastered exploiting our dopaminergic reward system with processed foods.

Back when cigarettes were being demonized, Phillip Morris (a leading tobacco company) purchased Kraft and other food companies to repartition profits (and save their asses). These companies combined forces to sell people cheap and addictive convenient processed foods. As families got busier, and their incomes weren't keeping up with inflation, and the stay at home mother was an endangered species, both parents had no choice but to work, and whole food home cooked meals turned into processed convenient foods.

All the while Phillip Morris was branching out into other countries, a western diet imperialism, assailing their cultures and damaging their health getting everyone in the world hooked on processed foods. This was a recipe for worldwide health deterioration as well as a huge influx of profits for the once prominent tobacco company who now had their hands in our foods all over the world. Silent weapons for quiet wars.

The consumption of vegetables and other antinutrient foods over the decades more or less just exacerbated the already malnourished populace.

Check out the book: Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us

u/LapsedLuddite · 8 pointsr/zerocarb

A guy named Seth Roberts published a diet book called the “Shangri-La diet“ about this.

You basically drank a couple tablespoons of fat a couple of times a day and your hunger went to zero. The weight just burned off.

He recommended using extra light olive oil, but it also worked with coconut oil when I tried it.

u/Kojiro12 · 1 pointr/zerocarb

All I see listed is “sweet cream solids”, no maltodextrin or anything.

Hoosier Hill Farm Heavy Cream Powder Jar, 1 Pound

u/knifegame · 12 pointsr/zerocarb


he's unclear about the book title.. "why statins don't work (or something) and kill you one cell at a time". Doesn't mention the author.

probably this :

"How Statin Drugs Really Lower Cholesterol: And Kill You One Cell at a Time"