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Description: This survey was designed to differentiate experiences from those on a plant-free, "carnivorous" diet, from those on a low carbohydrate diet, by querying people who had tried a low carbohydrate diet first, and then switched to a carnivorous diet. Because the population was self-selected, subject to survivorship bias, and very small, it should not be used to predict results in the general population. However, it can be used for hypothesis testing, and to discover potential characteristics in patients that might make them more likely to benefit from a trial period on a carnivorous diet.


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