Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

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. 

May 24, 2022

Ellie Rome - @mindfulbellie - is a holistic health and weight loss coach and host of the Comfort Zone Retreats - a novel concept that combines biohacking, mindfulness, and community to help people improve their physical and mental health in numerous ways. Ellie is a returning guest and previously came on to talk about beating bingeing and feeling great in one’s own body. She was a former chemical engineer who changed her career after autoimmune thyroid, weight gain, and lots of related health issues. She dove into carnivore after 8 years of strict low carb / autoimmune paleo (AIP) and still not feeling optimal. Ellie shares phenomenal information and success stories on her Instagram, which I’ve really enjoyed.



Comfort Zone Retreats:


Zoom breathwork:


This episode is brought to you by Upgraded Formulas.

It's incredibly difficult and important to know what mineral and nutrient deficiencies you may have, on any diet and on a carnivore diet as well. Blood tests are an incomplete picture and we know that there are problems with applying recommended daily allowances to our diet and lifestyle.

Upgraded Formulas offers an Upgraded Hair Test kit and consultation, as well as minerals that absorb really well so that you can vanquish any of those hidden deficiencies that are affecting the thyroid, adrenal, or much more.


Go to and use code "CARNIVORE15" to save!


Thanks to BiOptimzers and their amazing Magnesium Breakthrough formula for stress relief and better sleep on a carnivore diet. Try it yourself at and use code "carnivore10" to save!


LMNT is offering FREE LMNT sample packs to Carnivore Cast listeners. All you have to do is pay for shipping. Go to to claim this awesome deal!


What questions would you like answered or who would you like to hear from in the carnivore or research community?

Let me know on TwitterInstagram, and Facebook.