Eric Sartori

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Phoenix, AZ, USA

MEATrition author
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This is a funny result - Nurse Eric originally tweeted that Fruit is healthy for people with obesity and cited an epidemiological study to support his argument. I combated it with talking about fatty red meat. The rest is history. In August 2021 Eric became a Carnivore Dieter. 


https://twitter.com/Regenarian/status/1231776067276300288

"It's because of one sided thinking propagated by people like @VinnieTortorich and @FructoseNo

Tunnel vision syndrome if you ask me." - Feb 23, 2020


I wrote in response: "I still can't believe people think fruit is healthy when there is zero good evidence. #blind #gullible #fools"


Eric's Reply: "Van Duyn, M., & Pivonka, E. (2000). Overview of the Health Benefits of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption for the Dietetics Professional: Selected Literature. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 100(12), 1511-1521."


"Epidemiologic evidence of a protective role for fruits and vegetables in cancer prevention is substantial. "  literally no one gives a shit about epidemillogical "evidence". Have anything real? Interventional?


Oyebode, O., Gordon-Dseagu, V., Walker, A., & Mindell, J. (2014). Fruit and vegetable consumption and all-cause, cancer and CVD mortality: Analysis of Health Survey for England data. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 68(9), 856-862.1


Nurse Eric People who eat seven or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day have the lowest risk of mortality from any cause... a random sample of 65226 participants aged 35 and older. This was linked to UK mortality data up to the first quarter of 2013.


Travis StathamNobody cares. It’s not science.


Nurse Eric You are talking out of your ass. Is that normal for you? show me some evidence that increased fruit and vegetable intake is associated with poor health outcomes. #evidencebasedrevival


Travis StathamI don't care about associations. I care about essential nutrients and only eating that's what necessary - which is fatty red meat. Not worthless fructose bombs mostly composed of water and fiber. F&V consumption has been pushed by health authorities for decades. Has it helped? No


Nurse Eric"Has it helped?"   Has anyone actually eaten this way?    The restaurants and grocery stores tell a different tale.   You are arguing against recommendations that the masses didn't follow. The problem isn't the recommendation fella.


Prior: I was very skeptical. I debated people on the carnivore diet on Twitter espousing the benefits of Mediterranean / plant-based diets. Start: August 9, 2021 Benefits first 3 months: 30lb fat loss and 10lb of lean mass gain, digestive irritability reduced, energy levels and mood improved.  Benefits after 3 months: I realized that for the first time in 2 decades I was no longer depressed. I have a gym routine again after 2 decades of lack of motivation.  I've been sharing my story on YouTube.  


Regenarianism: I call myself a Regenarian. Regenarians make three foundational commitments. 1. We support farming practices that protect our home, planet earth, and the farmers that provide us with food. 2. We recognize that humans have the right to access ways of eating that are consistent with our species, Homo sapien, and 3. With the acknowledgment that life requires a balance of right and wrong actions, we support farmers and hunters who do the most right by treating livestock and prey according to the highest ethical standards possible.  My pinned tweet speaks to the way of the Reganarians. https://twitter.com/Regenarian/status... 


Nursing credentials: BSN Bachelors in the Science of Nursing CCRN Critical Care Registered Nurse certified through AACN.org ATCN Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses certified through TraumaNurses.org Recipient of the Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nurses. https://www.daisyfoundation.org/daisy...COVID ICU from day to through the worst of the 2021 waves that hit Arizona.

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