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Microblog: List of the Most Nutrient Dense Foods

Microblog: List of the Most Nutrient Dense Foods


I hope this graphic empowers you to eat meat-based. I had several of you ask about my sources, so here they are:⠀


I use the USDA but it has a lot of missing info. So for good measure, I check internationally as they often have databases with more info. There’s more that I cite in the endnotes and bibliography of @CarnivoreCure. Who knew book writing had so many nuances!⠀

Here are some updates:⠀

1️⃣ I realized after my manuscript was done for @CarnivoreCure, I needed to put in more effort into all the other pieces of the book as I’m self-publishing. I was approached to write 2 books that split up Carnivore Cure into an intro guide to Carnivore + the elimination protocol but I just can’t let go of my baby. The writing part was a breeze. Now the editing, layout, index,ing and fitting of about 80,000 words, 800+ citations, and 150+ color graphics is a lot of work.⠀

2️⃣ I watch my kids full time, as everyone is right now. And as I’m a nutritionist, it’s hard for me to make meals a last priority. I try to spend quality time and cook nutrient-dense meals at home as often as I can.⠀

3️⃣ Probably way too early to share but I’m in talks to write another general Carnivore book. Mainstream Carnivore for the win! We’ll see.⠀

4️⃣ KetoCon and clients also have me busy. But I wouldn’t change this for the world. ♥️.⠀

I came to the hard decision that if I don’t prioritize @CarnivoreCure, I’ll never get this resource out to the community. And it’s more important than gaining new followers.


Here are the most nutrient-dense foods available. While you see a couple of options from the plant kingdom, remember to account for anti-nutrients and glyphosate exposure. Bioavailability is also key, making the animal food sources on here the optimal choices.



Nutrition with Judy

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