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The Carnivore Code

With the widespread success of the first edition of my book, The Carnivore Code, I am super excited to announce that a SECOND edition is in the works and will be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH).

The second edition will have much broader distribution at all book stores, as well as an index and a new cover (which you can see above!).

Release date for the new and improved Carnivore Code is August 4th, 2020. All formats will be available (ebook, print, audiobook) at that time.

To pre-order a copy of The Carnivore Code use the link below:

Who I am:

Dr. Saladino is the leading authority on the science and application of the carnivore diet. He has used this diet to reverse autoimmunity, chronic inflammation and mental health issues in hundreds of patients, many of whom had been told their conditions were untreatable.

In addition to his personal podcast, Fundamental Health, he can be found featured on numerous podcasts including The Minimalists, The Model Health Show, Bulletproof Radio, The Dr. Gundry Podcast, The Ben Greenfield Podcast, Health Theory, Mark Bell’s Power Project, and many others. He has also appeared on The Doctors TV show and many major news media outlets.

Dr. Saladino completed residency at the University of Washington and is board certified as a Physician Nutrition Specialist. He attended medical school at the University of Arizona focusing on integrative medicine and nutritional biochemistry. Prior to medical school, Dr. Saladino worked as a physician assistant in cardiology. It was during this time that he saw first hand the shortcomings of mainstream Western medicine with its symptom focused, pharmaceutical based paradigm. He decided to return to medical school with the hope of better understanding the true roots of chronic disease and illness, and how to correct and reverse these. He now maintains a private practice in Austin, Texas and sees clients from all over the world virtually.

When he is not researching connections between nutritional biochemistry and chronic disease, he can be found in the ocean searching for the perfect wave, cultivating mindfulness, or spending time with friends and family.

What you’ll find in this book:

My goal with this book is to provide the ultimate resource for those interested in the science behind the carnivore diet, and guidance for how to eat this way in order to achieve optimal health.

I discuss our ancestral origins as hunters, and how eating animals made us human. I go into detail about plant toxins of all types, where they are found, and how to avoid these toxins. I also discuss the superiority of animal foods in terms of nutrient bioavailability, and I debunk all of the myths about animal foods being bad for us or bad for the environment. At the end of the book, I provide a detailed guide for eating a nose to tail carnivore diet, and I discuss how to avoid the common pitfalls. As a bonus, there are sample meal plans, starter recipes (the cookbook is in the works too!), and resources for obtaining high quality animal foods. The Carnivore Code has everything you need to deeply understand and implement the carnivore diet your ancestors thrived on for the last 4 million years, and is thoroughly substantiated with science with over 350 references!

Table of contents:

Foreword by Mark Sisson


Section 1: Where we’ve come from

1: Our Beginnings

2: The worst mistake in human history 

Section 2: Plants are not always our friends 

3: Chemical warfare- types of plant toxins

4: Isothiocyanates: is broccoli a super hero or super villain? 

5: Polyphenols: unicorns and fairy tales

6: Attack of the oxalates 

7: Lectins: of kidney beans and Parkinson’s disease

Section 3: Debunking myths about animal foods

8: Myth 1- We need plants for complete nutrition 

9: Myth 2: We need fiber for a healthy gut

10: Myth 3: Red meat causes cancer, and shortens our life

11: Myth 4: Red meat causes heart disease 

Section 4: Returning to the ways of our ancestors 

12: What to eat on a carnivore diet, AKA how to be radical

13: Common pitfalls and questions

14: The end of the road, the beginning of new adventures


FAQ, Recipes, Meal Plans, Bloodwork recommendations, Resources


Are you ready for it?! Drop a comment below on what you’re most excited about to learn from The Carnivore Code!

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