This is a story about human carnivores – people who believe that the best diet is one comprised only of meat. No bread, no roast potatoes. No Caprese salads, no kale. Not even cheeseburgers. Just animal flesh. Or, in the case of Canadian psychologist Jordan B Peterson, 56, and his daughter Mikhaila, 26, just beef, salt, water – and the occasional glass of bourbon.
“I know how ridiculous it sounds,” Mikhaila conceded, when challenged about her eating habits by a reporter working for The Atlantic in 2018. But she credits her diet with easing the debilitating autoimmune