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The Carnivore Cast is a podcast focused on the carnivore diet and lifestyle with practical advice from successful carnivores, citizen scientists, and top researchers answering your burning questions and meaty topics. 

Sep 21, 2023

Sam Feltham is the Director of the Public Health Collaboration UK - a charity dedicated to improving the health of the public and saving the NHS money at the same time. Sam has been in the health and fitness industry for over a decade. Starting out as a party coordinator at a sports centre he worked his way up to study at the European Institute of Fitness and qualified as a Master Personal Trainer. I first followed Sam way back in 2015-16 with his show “Smash the Fat” - the low carb / keto podcast before keto was mainstream where he interviewed guests like Dr. David Unwin and did some very interesting 5000 calories self-experiments with different foods to see the results on body composition.


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