Eat Like A Urban Carnivore

Eat Like A Urban Carnivore

I’m Dr. Richard Jacoby, a leading peripheral nerve surgeon, health advocate, and author of the critically acclaimed book Sugar Crush.

For the past more than 50 years, I’ve treated diabetic patients.

It’s often been my sad duty to amputate toes, feet, and legs as their disease progresses.

I remember once, I had a patient walk into my office in terrible shape.

He weighed 300 pounds, and his Body Mass Index was way over 30, which meant he was technically obese.

We were going over his health profile.

“How’s your diet?” I asked.

“Pretty good,” he said. “I don’t eat a lot of red meat.”

He said this proudly.

I just shook my head.

Because what he didn’t know—and what you might not know—is that a lot of the research that promotes the theory that red meat is terrible for us …

… is funded by Big Agriculture and Big Pharma.

Both institutions have vested interests in keeping you away from healthy foods.

The truth is that we are descended from ancestors whose bodies were built to consume proteins.

They were NOT built to consume ridiculous quantities of sugar, such as those found in carbohydrates …

Grains, fruits, vegetables, and all the other so-called “essential” foods listed on the modern “food pyramid.”

If you want to get healthy, alleviate chronic disease, and lead the longest, happiest life possible, I advocate eating like an urban carnivore.

You can learn more about my theories and research at

Once you stop eating sugar, you’ll probably find—as so many of my students and followers do—that the world opens up to you.

You feel better than you have in years.

And why? Because you cut sugar out of your diet and eat like you were made to.

Fasting Roles In Weight Loss

Fasting Roles In Weight Loss

Hi, I’m Dr. Richard Jacoby. As a health advocate and author, I often discuss fasting’s role in weight loss.

Many wonder if fasting is healthy. My short answer? Yes, if done correctly.

Let’s look back 3.2 million years.

Our ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis (or Lucy), lived without regular meals.

Lucy was a carnivore. She ate irregularly, adapting her body to periods without food.

Fasting Roles In Weight Loss

Carnivores like Lucy broke down meat into ketones, not glucose. Ketones and glucose affect our bodies differently.

Unlike today’s high-sugar diets, our bodies were designed for low-sugar diets.

Excess sugar, including carbohydrates and high fructose corn syrup, is a primary cause of many diseases.

Eating over 4 grams of sugar a day can damage your nerves. This has been scientifically verified.

The consequences? Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, diabetic neuropathy, and autism, to name a few.

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