The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners - Bruner Karen J. - E-Book

The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners E-Book

Bruner Karen J.

4,99 €


Attention all meat lovers! Say goodbye to fad diets and hello to sustainable weight loss, improved health, and a fulfilling lifestyle with The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners.

Are you tired of feeling restricted and deprived on traditional diets? The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners introduces you to a new way of eating that emphasizes the consumption of meat, poultry, and fish. Say goodbye to counting calories, measuring portions, and obsessing over food choices. This book is your guide to experiencing the benefits of a meat-based diet, without any of the confusion.

The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners provides a comprehensive overview of this new and exciting diet trend. Our expert author Karen J. Bruner breaks down the science behind the diet, and explains how it can help with weight loss, reducing inflammation, improving gut health, and boosting energy levels. This book is not just a collection of recipes; it is a guide to living a healthier lifestyle.

The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners includes:

  • A 28-day meal plan, complete with delicious and easy-to-follow recipes
  • Tips for meal prep and food shopping to make following the diet effortless
  • Information on supplements and healthy food choices for optimal health
  • Guidance on how to transition to the diet and avoid common pitfalls
The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners is the ultimate guide for those looking to embrace a new way of eating that is both delicious and nutritious. This book is the perfect starting point for anyone looking to make a positive change in their life and experience the many benefits of a meat-based diet.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to transform your health, lose weight, and feel your best.

Scroll up and Get your copy of The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners today!

Das E-Book können Sie in Legimi-Apps oder einer beliebigen App lesen, die das folgende Format unterstützen:


The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners

Meat-Based Recipes for Weight Loss, Healing, and Optimal Health:

A 28-Day Meal Plan Handbook

Karen J. Bruner

The Carnivore Diet Code For Beginners

Copyright (c) (2023) (Karen J. Bruner)

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, without the prior written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and certain other noncommercial uses permitted by copyright law.

This publication is protected by copyright and is provided for personal, noncommercial, and educational use only. You may not modify, sell, or distribute this publication in any way without the express written permission of the copyright owner.

Table of Content



Chapter One

The Carnivore Diet

Types of Carnivore Diets

The Health Benefits of the Carnivore Diet

Chapter Two

Lectins, Weight Loss and Autoimmune Conditions

Cooking Methods To Reduce Anti-Nutrient Content

Chapter Three

Carnivore Diet; A Subtype of Ketogenic Diet

Benefits of Ketosis

How To Enter Ketosis

How To Transition To A Fat Burning Metabolism

Chapter Four

Exclusive Meat and Animal Food Nutrients

Anti-Aging Benefits Of The Carnivore Diet

Intermittent Fasting on Carnivore Diet

Chapter Five

Vitamin C, Carbohydrates and Scurvy

Vitamin C Content in Fresh v/s Processed Meat

Vitamin C and Carnitine

Chapter Six

How To Transition To The

Carnivore Diet

What about Coffee/Tea?

Chapter Seven

Fiber, Constipation And The Carnivore Diet

Chapter Eight

Health Conditions and the Carnivore Diet

Red Meat, Heart Disease and Cancer

Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, Kidney Health and Gout

Chapter Nine

Weight Loss Tips on a Carnivore Diet

How to Make Your Carnivore Diet Work for Weight Loss

Chapter Ten

Carnivore Diet Recipes

Breakfast Recipes

Lunch Recipes

Dinner Recipes

Chapter Eleven

28- Day Carnivore Diet Meal plan

How To Get The Most Out Of

Your Carnivore Diet Meal Plan




Imagine waking up every day with boundless energy, clarity of mind, and a lean, toned physique. Sounds too good to be true? Not with the Carnivore Diet. This diet, based on eating only animal products, has taken the health and wellness world by storm.

But for many, the thought of giving up plant-based foods can seem daunting. That's where "The Carnivore Diet Code for Beginners" comes in. This comprehensive guide is designed specifically for those new to the carnivore way of eating and provides a step-by-step approach to help you transition to a meat-based diet and reap its numerous health benefits.

With a 28-day meal plan and delicious, easy-to-follow recipes, this book will not only teach you how to nourish your body with nutrient-dense animal products, but also how to enjoy food again while shedding excess weight and improving your overall health.

Embrace a simpler, healthier way of eating and join the carnivore revolution with "The Carnivore Diet Code for Beginners."

Chapter One

The Carnivore Diet

The carnivore diet, also known as the all-meat diet or zero-carb diet, is a dietary regimen that involves consuming only animal products, such as meat, fish, eggs, and dairy. The carnivore diet excludes all plant-based foods, including fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, and nuts.

Types of Carnivore Diets

The carnivore diet can be broken down into four broad categories, distinguished by factors such as the degree of restriction imposed on food choices and whether or not they prioritize organ meat consumption.

Standard Carnivore Diet

The Standard Carnivore Diet is a diet that consists only of animal-derived products, excluding all plant-based foods. This means that the only foods allowed on this diet are meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy products, and possibly some animal-based supplements.

The goal of the Standard Carnivore Diet is to eat high-quality animal products as the main source of nutrition and eliminate all plant-based foods.

Nose-to-Tail Carnivore Diet

The Nose-to-Tail Carnivore Diet is a variation of the carnivore diet that emphasizes eating all parts of the animal, including organ meats, bones, and connective tissue. The idea behind this diet is to consume a variety of animal products to ensure a balanced intake of nutrients and avoid deficiencies that can occur with a solely muscle meat-based carnivore diet.

Examples of foods included in the Nose-to-Tail Carnivore Diet include beef liver, heart, kidney, tongue, as well as bones for bone broth.

Lion (Elimination) Carnivore Diet

The Lion Carnivore Diet consists of eating only muscle meat, such as beef, pork, lamb, and poultry and eliminating all other animal products, such as organ meats, bones, and dairy. Fats, such as butter or tallow, may also be consumed. No plant-based foods or other animal-derived products are allowed.

Carnivore Adjacent Diet

The Carnivore Adjacent Diet focuses on eating high-quality, nutrient-dense animal products, such as grass-fed beef, wild-caught fish, and pasture-raised poultry, while also incorporating small amounts of plant-based foods for fiber and additional nutrients. The goal of this diet is to achieve a balanced intake of nutrients while still emphasizing animal-based foods.

The defining characteristic of the carnivore diet is its emphasis on animal-based foods and the exclusion of plant-based foods. This sets it apart from other popular diets, such as the paleo diet, which allows for the consumption of some plant-based foods, or the ketogenic diet, which restricts carbohydrate intake but allows for the consumption of plant-based foods.

The Health Benefits of the Carnivore Diet

Numerous significant health benefits have been associated with a carnivorous diet. Let's take a look at them!

Carnivore Diet Frees Your Body From Plant Toxins.

Eliminating plant foods means avoiding the natural pesticides and toxins that plants produce in large quantities to ward off predators. Therefore, your body doesn't have to exert as much effort maintaining a constant detoxification process to eliminate these potentially harmful plant toxins.

By eliminating this food group, you will also reduce your intake of polyunsaturated fats, which have been linked to an increased risk of chronic inflammatory diseases like NAFLD, CVD, obesity, IBD, RA, RA, Alzheimer's, and cancer.

The Carnivore Diet Can Improve Insulin Sensitivity

Glucose is taken up by cells and used for energy or stored as fat, thanks to the hormone insulin. Your cells may become insulin resistant if you regularly consume carbohydrates and sugar, which cause your blood sugar to jump. This condition is known as insulin resistance.

Inflammation, disruption of key hormones, and the development of other chronic diseases are all linked to insulin resistance. However, switching to a carnivorous diet and reducing your carb intake can restore normal insulin sensitivity.

Weight Loss Is Possible On The Carnivore Diet.

When followed properly, the carnivore diet can be an effective and healthy approach to lose weight. There are many reasons why the carnivore diet is so effective for weight loss.

It enhances fullness: The slower digestion of protein and fat makes you feel satisfied for longer. Animal-based calories are more satisfying and effective than plant-based alternatives. 

Less Swing In Hormone Levels: Consistent increases and decreases in your blood sugar and insulin levels might set off a chain reaction that affects hunger, fat storage, and the body's ability to shed pounds e.g Leptin, Ghrelin, HGH. Hormone levels are more likely to be healthy and stable if they don't experience any wild swings.

Greater Reliance On Body Fat For Energy: You can improve your body's ability to use stored fat for energy even if you don't maintain a state of ketosis (the ketogenic diet).

As a result of all three of these factors, the carnivore diet is a very effective means of losing weight.

Carnivore Diet Reduces Inflammation.

There is substantial evidence that adhering to a carnivorous diet can decrease levels of systemic inflammation (like C-reactive protein and IL-6). Some of the reasons for this are:

Inflammation levels will drop precipitously if you cut out any plant-based foods to which you may be hypersensitive.

Increased insulin levels contribute to inflammation. Therefore, avoiding large fluctuations in blood sugar and insulin levels can reduce inflammation.

It has been found that omega-3 fatty acids significantly reduce inflammation.

When it comes to reducing inflammation, a healthy gut is essential, and the carnivore diet helps make that happen.

An important benefit of the carnivore diet is its ability to reduce inflammation.

Carnivore Diet Improves Digestive Health.

There are two main aspects that determine the state of your digestive tract:

Your intestinal lining's health: The intestinal lining functions as a highly effective barrier. Damage to the intestinal lining allows molecules to "leak" into the systemic circulation.

Your microbiome: The millions of bacteria that call your gut home form a fragile ecology that plays a crucial role in your health as a whole.

The carnivore diet is high in compounds like glutamine, collagen, and omega-3 fatty acids, which help repair and strengthen your gut lining. Furthermore, eliminating extra fiber, gluten, fermentable carbohydrates, and plant toxins reduces digestive irritation and the overgrowth of harmful bacteria.

The Carnivore Diet Has The Potential To Increase Testosterone And Libido

The modern American diet and lifestyle are the perfect prescription for lowering testosterone and libido levels. Too much sugar and refined oils, combined with insufficient activity and a little extra weight, create a vicious cycle that depletes testosterone and can leave you with low strength, energy, and libido.

However, the carnivore diet is rich in nutrients such as cholesterol, protein, and Vitamin D, all of which are necessary for the production and synthesis of healthy testosterone levels. Furthermore, the carnivore diet makes it nearly impossible to retain large amounts of excess body fat, promoting a healthy increase in testosterone and libido.

The Carnivore Diet Can Improve Your Brain Power

Inflammation is your brain's kryptonite. It can cause brain fog, reduce mental clarity, contribute to depression and anxiety, and worsen mental disorders. The carnivore diet not only eliminates inflammation-causing foods like sugar, refined oils, and simple carbohydrates, but it also actively reduces inflammation.

Furthermore, the carnivore diet ensures that you get plenty of brain-boosting nutrients like:


Vitamin B6

Vitamin B12



Many dieters who switch to a carnivorous diet report improved mental clarity and focus almost immediately.

The Carnivore Diet Can Help You Fight Chronic Disease

Chronic low-level inflammation has been identified as a root cause of nearly every chronic disease known to man. And, because carnivore diets reduce inflammation, this all-meat diet can help prevent the development or worsening of chronic diseases such as:

Heart attacks, strokes, and other cardiovascular illnesses

Autoimmune diseases

Type 2 diabetes and other metabolic diseases


Diseases of the nervous system, such as Alzheimer's and dementia


The carnivore diet can be an effective tool for disease prevention and overall health and wellness.

The Carnivore Diet Can Boost Your Energy

Many people today are experiencing vitamin deficiencies and widespread inflammation as a result of certain farming practices, an ever-increasing toxic burden, and the modern American diet, which is high in processed foods. With both factors present, it's easy to see how low energy and exhaustion could result.

However, the carnivore diet eliminates items that sap energy and promote inflammation and substitutes them with nutrient-rich options that provide a boost to energy levels. In addition to increasing your intake of healthy fats, protein, ketones, vitamin B, and carnitine, the carnivore diet also increases your intake of omega-3 fatty acids, which serve as "super fuel" for your brain and body.

Chapter Two


The Drawbacks of a Plant-Based Diet



There is a growing interest in adopting a carnivore diet for a variety of reasons, one of the most prominent of which is the fact that plant foods contain anti-nutrients while animal foods do not. Anti-nutrients are chemicals that plants produce to protect themselves from predators like humans and bacteria.

Animals have their own self-defense mechanism whereby they can run away if you're trying to hunt them and if you look at plants you would think that they just sit there waiting for you to eat them. But the reality is that plants don't really want you to consume them.

This means that plant foods have developed the ability to produce chemicals that are poisonous and toxic to biological organisms over millions of years. And by doing so, they can safeguard themselves from being consumed, and in particular, the seeds of plants, which are the babies of the plants, can safeguard themselves from being consumed by predators.

A major way in which anti-nutrients is harmful to predators is by lowering their nutrient absorption rates. To that end, the following are examples of anti-nutrients found in plant foods:

Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, brussels sprouts, and cabbage contain glucosinolates. They lower the amount of iodine in the body.

Lecterns reduce calcium, iron, phosphorus, and zinc absorption and are found in legumes like beans, peanuts, and soybeans as well as the fibrous components of whole grains. So refined grains actually have lower amounts of lecterns compared to the whole grains.

Phytates and phytic acid, found in whole grains, seeds, legumes, and some nuts, inhibit the absorption of metals and minerals.

Beans contain amylase inhibitors, which slow down digestion of starch and may encourage the growth of fungi that aid in the breakdown of starch in the gut.

Saponins are found in gums, whole grains, and white potatoes, inhibiting nutrient absorption and increasing leaky gut. The condition known as "leaky gut" occurs when holes form in the intestinal lining, making it possible for some of the larger molecules in food to pass through unabsorbed. This can set off the immune system, potentially leading to autoimmune diseases.

Calcium loss is caused by oxalates, which are present in green leafy vegetables and tea.

Coffee, tea, beans, and red wine are all good sources of tannins. It's the molecule in red wine that makes your mouth feel dry and cuts down on the mineral iron.