The American vlogger runs the @rawmeatexperiment account on Instagram and has been documenting his bizarre journey for some months now.
Every day, he shares videos with his followers explaining what he is eating that day, whether it’s raw chicken, ground beef, egg yolks, raw fish or raw animal milk.
Discussing his decision previously, the bloke wrote: “A brick of shredded cow and milk of the sheep. Ground beef has become my favorite meal.
“Due to the low cost, ease of consuming a pound in like four minutes, gathering 800 calories of absorbable cow and digesting perfectly.
“If I went to chipotle, a burrito maybe 1,000 calories but the meat is cooked til there is no nutrition left, and 90 percent of it is plants that you can’t really digest. I’d be paying $13 for a day of shidding and farding which is fun but not as efficient.”
But some people have started to share concerns regarding his new diet, which they believe could have a negative impact on his health.
In a recent post, the man can be seen eating ‘two pounds of raw flesh’ alongside a bottle of water, which he said was all he was going to eat and drink that day.
He wrote: “The carnivore diet is something I follow closely and am interested in, I don’t eat only meat myself, but there’s a lot to learn from it either way.
“It promotes meat so we are on the same team, it goes against the norm, it’s the best elimination diet for ppl who are having health problems or food reactions.
“Meat is the only food that nobody has bad reactions to (except for those lone star ticks invented by big vegetable) and dead animals are the only food group that have all the micronutrients that a human needs.
“I’ve learned a lot about nature, farming, soil, history, nutrition etc, by following the carnivore people.”
His comments were picked up on by his followers, who said they were worried his diet might not actually be that good for him.
“Drink more water bro,” wrote one while another asked: “How is your health actually?”
“Have you heard anything about the occurrence gout flair ups differing between cooked and raw meat eating?” queried a third.
While commenting on another post, where he is eating raw chicken, one person said: “Salmonella.”
Not everyone has had such concerns, though, and there are plenty out there who are fully behind him.
One fan wrote: “You’re commitment is next level brother and I’m here for it!” and another added: “You’re pretty much my favorite human (cell mate) on the planet right now. Thanks. Please keep doing what you’re doing!”
Hope to hear/read long term . . . say a couple of years.