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Andreas Eenfeldt on Twitter

Do you use Twitter? We’ve made a major change to my former @DietDoctor1 account. As it got more and more taken over by company news we’ve now made it the official Diet Doctor Twitter account. Also, it’s just been renamed to @DietDoctor.

Personally I just started a new Twitter account, @DrEenfeldt, with 0 followers. Feel free to follow me there for my tweets and discussions, and let me know if you have any suggestions for who to follow. I’m looking forward to restarting my Twitter career!

My new Twitter account

4 comments

  1. Ann
    Hello I have just read the Carnivore Code by Paul Saladino. How can you recommend eating vegetables when He claims they can do so much harm yet you both have presumably followed a lot of the same research?At the moment I am trying to follow carnivore eating - for good health and to try to find the triggers for OFG (orofacialgranulomatosis) Can you offer any advice on that condition please?
    Ann
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  2. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Hello I have just read the Carnivore Code by Paul Saladino. How can you recommend eating vegetables when He claims they can do so much harm yet you both have presumably followed a lot of the same research?At the moment I am trying to follow carnivore eating - for good health and to try to find the triggers for OFG (orofacialgranulomatosis) Can you offer any advice on that condition please?
    Ann

    Aside from people with oxalate kidney stones, most people do not need to limit or avoid oxalate containing vegetables.

  3. Earlene
    Kristin,
    I am on a near carnivore diet. I have celiac disease and have been refining my diet since my celiac diagnosis 6 years ago. I was eating a lot of green vegetables especially "healthy'' spinach. When I cut out the greens including spinach which is extremely high in oxalates, all my long standing GI symptoms disappeared in 24hrs. I have never had kidney stones. I eat no vegetables and I am very healthy. Oxalates, along with other anti nutrients in plants, are very nasty and cause many problems for a lot of people. Another health benefit was that my arthritic joint pain has almost vanished.
    Earlene
  4. sparkle6511
    I have followed a carnivore diet several times over the last 9 months. I have a psoriasis, eczema, arthritis and suffer with gastric issues. I have found that whenever I eat strict carnivore all of my skin, joint and gastric issues disappear.

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