Two sister who attempted to cure their autoimmune disease with veganism, claim swapping to a raw meat diet finally healed them of the crippling symptoms. Ashley Armstrong, 26, and Sarah Armstrong, 23, from Urbana in Central Illinois, tried diets ranging from veganism, macro-based eating to a traditional low fat diet, in the hopes of easing the crippling autoimmune issues they’ve suffered since their teens. The siblings who now feast on a mostly raw meat diet of uncooked organs, fat and eggs, say that since becoming ’raw carnivore’ in June this year, they’ve been able to cure their chronic symptoms of constipation, bloating, depression, fatigue, circulatory problems and Raynaud’s syndrome. The pair pride themselves on eating the ‘whole dang animal – nose to tail’ with no vegetables in sight. Ashley Armstrong, 26, and Sarah Armstrong, 23, (pictured left to right) from Urbana in Central Illinois, revealed the benefits they’ve experienced from eating raw meat The sisters (pictured) who previously tried, vegan, low-fat and macro-based diets, claim that raw meats eased their symptoms of autoimmune disease Sarah (pictured) and Ashley now document their ‘raw carnivore’ lifestyle on Instagram, with plans to co-author a cookbook Ashley and Sarah who boast almost 12,000 followers on Instagram with the handle @strong.sistas, are educating… Read full this story
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