Craig Emmerich - The Carnivore Cookbook with Maria Emmerich

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Craig Emmerich (@Craig_Emmerich) returns to the show to talk about his new book with his wife Maria Emmerich, The Carnivore Cookbook. Craig is the author of the book “Keto”, in my opinion one of the most comprehensive and evidence-based resources on the Ketogenic Diet. Craig previously came on the Carnivore Cast to talk about the nutrient density of meat and managing Lyme disease with carnivore. Over the last several years he has worked with hundreds of clients alongside Maria to help them heal their bodies and lose weight leveraging their biology to make it easy.

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Craig and I chat about:

  • Feeding children proper animal nutrition
  • Who carnivore doesn't work for?
  • 100% vs. 90-95% carnivore
  • Being creative in the kitchen with carnivore
  • Nutrient absorption
  • And much more!

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