hi bubba, i think diets that focus too much on one idea are trouble.
i would suspect that a diet consisting primarily of meat would be just as unhealthy as my pre-dx diet, which included pretty much vegetables and some grains/bread.
when i got sick and started reading in real detail, i was still trying to figure out how to be a healthier vegan, but in the end i went back to omnivore.
i still eat all kinds of veggies, plenty of salad, dried cranberries and raisins, nuts, different kinds of soups and chili and stew, LOTS of dark leafy greens like kale, spinach, and chard as side dishes with dinner, broccoli and cauliflower, sweet potato, rice, barley, quinoa, AS WELL as all the non-vegan things like milk in my tea, cream in my coffee, a moderate amount of cheese, yogurt, eggs for breakfast a few times a week, hot cereal on the others, and when i have to go out super early i am guilty of the drive-thru breakfast sandwich - that's about 2 weeks out of the year. i am trying to get a healthy/sustainable fish choice in me 3x per week for dinner, and in between that a mix of beef, pork, chicken, and vegetarian dinners. i'm still not a huge fruit fan overall, but i like fruit smoothie and buy a litre a week. overall this was a huge change!
on the other hand a diet of meat and beer is more likely to land you in the gout camp than the ms camp so that's one thing i suppose! but, although ms patients are grouped around an average uric acid level of 194, and gout patients are usually up more like 360+, it's not unheard of for there to be some overlap.
if you drink alcohol, it's considered lowest risk of disease to spread out your weekly consumption to 0-1 servings per day, and if you do bunch up on a single day, never to have more than 2-3 servings at one sitting.
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