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Deficiencies Eating Only Poultry?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 24, 2012 at 7:14 PM

I am a subsistence farmer and the only meat I have available to eat is chicken, guinea fowl, and dove. I have no access to "red" meat or fish.

What nutrients am I missing out on? What plants can help address deficiencies (if any)?

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No. What are the benefits of raw dairy?

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Do you have raw dairy available?

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on August 24, 2012
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I think the balance between bird protein, eggs, raw dairy products and a good variety of vegetables and berries, should keep you in optimum health.

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at 03:27 AM

Poultry isn't a particularly rich source of minerals, especially zinc. You're also not getting a lot of Vitamin A from poultry.

If you eat the hearts and livers, this remedies some of the situation, but veal liver is superior in pretty much every regard.

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