A man who has documented his raw primitive non-vegetarian diet for the past three years says that eating only raw chicken, fish, meat and organs fills him with energy.
Weston Rowe is live-streaming the trip on his YouTube channel, The Natural Human Diet, along with a menagerie of meat-based meals with videos of raw chicken, swordfish, salmon brain, liver, pancreas and testicles.
“I’m in better health, both physically and mentally, better than ever in my life,” Rowe told Carters News Agency. “It’s very controversial, but I believe that raw meat contains a natural balance of bacteria that work symbiotically with our bodies and serve a purpose.”
The 39-year-old from Nebraska said he has eaten “hundreds of pounds” of raw chicken and has never been sick, or even close to being sick.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service of the United States Department of Agriculture recommends that chicken be cooked to at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit to avoid food poisoning.
Bacteria commonly associated with raw chicken include Salmonella, and Staphylococcus aureus, Campylobacter jejuni, Listeria monocytogenes, and Escherichia coli (E. coli).
In addition to fruits on rare occasion, Mr. Rowe says that 99 percent of his diet consists of raw meat. An average lunch might include half a pound of raw, unsalted butter, raw beef with three or four raw eggs, chicken liver, lamb brains, testicles and eyeballs.
He will wash everything down with some raw cream, milk and honey for dessert.
“It seems like my eyesight is getting better, my brain is getting better, I’m having more vivid dreams, and the testicles are increasing my testosterone and overall energy throughout the day,” he wrote in a video of the eating on YouTube. said in the day.
He says he receives a lot of criticism online, but perhaps the most common question people are asking is what the testicles taste like.
For those curious: They’re mostly protein, very little fat, and have metallic notes, possibly from the zinc content, with a sweet after taste and the consistency of a scallop.
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