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Kabloona: Among the Inuit

Publish date:
January 2, 1941
Kabloona: Among the Inuit

In this classic of adventure, travel, anthropology, and spiritual awakening, de Poncins is a French nobleman who spent fifteen months in 1938 and 1939 living among the Inuit people of the Arctic. He is at first appalled by their way of life: eating rotten raw fish, sleeping with each others' wives, ignoring schedules, and helping themselves to his possessions. But as his odyssey continues, he is transformed from an uncomprehending outsider to someone who finds himself living as Inuk: a man, preeminently.


History Links with excerpts from the book relating to Carnivore.

https://www.carniway.nyc/history/kabloona-fish-seal-caribou-ox

https://www.carniway.nyc/history/father-henry-all-fish-diet-six-years https://www.carniway.nyc/history/kabloona-father-henry-six-years-carnivore-diet

https://www.carniway.nyc/history/eskimo-carnivorous-feast

https://www.carniway.nyc/history/effect-of-abundance-of-seal

https://www.carniway.nyc/history/kabloona-raw-fish-preferred-over-rice

https://www.carniway.nyc/history/kabloona-seal-hunt-butcher

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Facultative Carnivore
Facultative Carnivore describes the concept of animals that are technically omnivores but who thrive off of all meat diets. Humans may just be facultative carnivores - who need no plant products for long-term nutrition.
Scurvy
Scurvy is a disease resulting from a lack of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Early symptoms of deficiency include weakness, feeling tired and sore arms and legs. It can be treated and prevented by eating fresh meat and vegetables.
Pre-civilization races
Eskimo
Carnivore Diet
The carnivore diet involves eating only animal products such as meat, fish, dairy, eggs, marrow, meat broths, organs. There are little to no plants in the diet.
Ketogenic Diet
The ketogenic diet involves eating high fat, low carbs, and moderate protein. To be in ketosis, one must eat less than 20 grams of carbohydrates per day.
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