Joanie Blaxter, representing the Ventura Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation, speaks about adrenal exhaustion and vegetarianism, from a personal perspective. She advocates that adrenal exhaustion is an epidemic and that a vegetarian diet can complicate the issue.


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Vegetarianism and Adrenal Exhaustion
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  • June 24, 2015 at 7:24 pm

    Brava to Joanie Blaxter. I was vegetarian and ultimately macrobiotic from the ages of 13 to 73 (I am now 82). I was always healthy and athletic as a vegetarian but my weight was a constant struggle. When I reached 300 pounds (while working out daily as a weight-lifter), I decided to eliminate all plant foods and I became a carnivore. Psychologically, it was an immense struggle. Physically, I knew immediately that animal protein was my natural food. I lost 145 pounds without struggle or cravings. I still feel a twinge of guilt because of the slaughter of animals.I do have genetic health issues but I take no medicine; I feel like the oldest living teenager in America.


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