Low-Carbohydrate Diet, animal based, cause an increased risk for coronary artery calcification

Low carb diets (LCDs starting at a young age are associated with an increased risk of subsequent coronary artery calcification (CAC) progression, particularly when animal protein or fat are chosen to replace carbohydrates.

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Could a Carnivore Diet Help with Autoimmune Disorder and PD


Guy: At this time I could find very few cases of trying carnivore for PD, actually none doing 100% carnivore.

According to Ronda Patrick below, Carnivore naturally includes caloric restriction, intermittent fasting, changes to the microbiome, low carb diet, and consuming more cholesterol those are 5 powerful tools which do not require a long term carnivore diet, which is a risk.

The one tool unique to a carnivore is eliminating all!! lectins (toxic molecules found in plants.

How significant is that in relation to the other tools and the diet outcome is yet to see.

another player to consider is MTOR high protein diet might shift it towards activation instead of deactivation

so, waiting for this to clear

P.M. :

In the following video, Dr. Ronda Patrick talks to Joe Rogan about the anecdotal evidence that suggests a carnivorous diet may be effective in alleviating the symptoms of autoimmune disorder, PD and other neurological conditions. She talks about her extensive 30-page work covering the trend towards a restrictive animal only diet. She discusses why someone would try this diet and how many immune disorder sufferers are trying low-carb high-protein diets because of the anecdotal reports they have heard.

Dr. Patrick talks about various studies related to high-protein diets and studies related to resetting your immune system through diet. This fascinating podcast brings up the anecdotal evidence and studies of various diets and their effect on autoimmune disorders and PD neurological conditions. She also discusses the effect of fasting, the potential damage of various diets, the modified Ketogenic diet, and the mechanisms that happen in the body when you restrict your diet or fast.