Carrie is a keto cookbook author, commercial food photographer, professional recipe developer, & general badass.
She lives in the middle-of-nowhere New England with a bunch of cats, a ridiculous amount of cocoa powder, and far too many tripods.
Carrie’s Top Tips
- Get your DNA done
- If you are stuck try PMSF (Protein Modified Sparing Fast)
- Be Kind
Quotes by Carrie Brown
“If you give someone with bi-polar medications for uni-polar bad things happen.”
“We put you in this box called bi-polar 2 because the things you are experiencing are very similar to all the other people in this box, so we are going to put you in this box and give you the label of bi-polar 2 and then we are going to start experimenting.”
“I became suicidally depressed.”
“Why is nobody asking the critical question?”
“Armed with those two things was what seriously turned my whole life around.”
“Because I cannot methylate I had been seriously deficient in B vitamins my entire life”
“I do want everyone listening to know that it’s quite possible that you could eliminate or drastically reduce the symptoms of bi-polar and depression and other mental health issues. There is hope.”
“You can do anything for two weeks.”
“Everything becomes hopeless then because you feel powerless and you feel like “I can’t change it” and so you just throw your hands up, what’s the point? I may as well eat whatever.”
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