One of my primary goals on social media, and especially on this blog, is to try to normalize a Zero Carb Carnivore diet for the general public.
Even if most people don’t find themselves actually eating this way, I hope to make more people aware that it is a valid diet that has helped many people live healthier lives. I try to do this by sharing my own story and by bringing light to the many other success stories out there…and by simply saying the phrase “Zero Carb Carnivore” or “all-meat diet” in mainstream media as much as possible. I try to be brave and just wave that freak flag high.
The more often people hear a topic discussed casually, the less likely they are to be prejudiced and close-minded to it. And what better way to make a topic accessible than to talk about it with children, right?
So yes, I decided to talk about a Zero Carb diet with my children while on camera. They were nervous and squirmy and they sometimes misspoke. But what I hope people see is three happy kids with their happy mom….who also happens to be a Zero Carb Carnivore. They’ve never once seen their mother eat a plant. And, as it turns out, that’s perfectly okay.
So for my second video blog, I present Julia, Thomas, and Annie:
This is my second video for my new channel on YouTube–be sure to go there and subscribe and leave a comment!
UPDATED! The kids mention how much they love the “Oopsie Cake” I make for them on their birthdays–you can now find that recipe here.