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Recipe For Carnivores

This recipe is roughly enough. Adjust to needs. Generally, one meal daily is adequate. Allow to eat fill. Pick up leftovers after 20 minutes.



If stools are too firm with the above recipe, try adding one of the following items:

Leave meat in large chunks. Initially, you may need to use ground or diced meat to help adjust. A piece of organic liver is advised 1-2 times per week. If your digestive system is sensitive to diet changes, start with small amounts of raw foods and increase slowly. If concerned about cleanliness of meat, rinse it with food grade hydrogen peroxide diluted 1 tsp/qt of water, then rinse with clean water. Food may be made in large batches in advance, and frozen.

Raw bones are important for healthy teeth. To introduce bones, have one for 10-15 minutes every few days and observe digestive function. Increase access time as you adapts.

In addition, there are 3 strongly suggested supplements:

  1. High potency digestive aid with enzymes & friendly bacteria (1 tsp/lb. of meat).
  2. A variety of gland and organ concentrates (powder or wafers as per label).
  3. An ionic trace mineral supplement (20-40 drops/lb. of meat).

Some need additional oil in their diet. If you do, try 1/2 - 1 tsp. of high quality fish oil. Most recipes include grains such as oatmeal or brown rice. I prefer no grain.

Always have fresh purified water available. If using distilled or reverse osmosis water, add liquid ionic trace minerals as per label directions.

This recipe is for informational purposes. It is not intended to replace consulting with a professional. Raw food diets entail certain risks. But so do processed foods!!!!

Page last modified on January 06, 2007, at 06:44 AM
Last edited by an anonymous user of LubberNet.
Originally by MotorNet.