Last month I had the pleasure of participating in the Boulder Carnivore Conference, the world’s first meeting dedicated to the potential benefits of plant-free diets. I created a new presentation exploring the nutritional differences between plant and animal foods and summarizing the scientific arguments in support of all-meat diets for optimal brain health. This seemingly strange and extreme way of eating flies in the face of every piece of conventional nutrition advice we’ve been given. Yet a growing number of people report remarkable benefits, including resolution of serious, chronic psychiatric symptoms.
To watch the video of my talk “The Brain Needs Meat” and read more about the carnivore movement, check out my complete article on Psychology Today.