I'm reading it. To summarize, he didn't eat an all-beef diet, he ate an all-beef-sticks diet, read his description of what beef sticks are. He doesn't know how to cook, so he went for the easy similitude. Neither Jordan nor Mikhaila eat beef sticks, nor do any other all-meaters as far as I'm aware.
That nutritionist, Lisa Sasson, is a genuine ignoramus. Otherwise, she'd cite Steffanson and the all-meat trial, and how fresh meat cures scurvy, and also how that all-meat trial was a very very very big deal because at the time scurvy was a real concern. Eat only meat: No scurvy. End of story. Even noobs know better than to ignore that famous experiment. Anyways, this makes the writer a genuine gullible fool.
“Go out and have a beer and enjoy your life.”
...says the nutritionist. No wait, says my beer-drinking buddy. No wait, says my boss when he notices I'm all kinds of stressed. No wait, says my significant other when she notices I'm all kinds of mad sitting around the house. No wait, says the stranger on the street when he notices I'm talking to myself. No wait, you get the picture.
In the unlikely event that guy (or anybody else for that matter) reads this, I anticipate he will never read any of the several papers written on the experiment. So, I'll just quote the most pertinent line:
(from CLINICAL CALORIMETRY.
XLV. PROLONGED MEAT DIETS WITH A STUDY OF KIDNEY
FUNCTION AND KETOSIS.*)
"11. In these trained subjects, the clinical observations and
laboratory studies gave no evidence that any ill effects
occurred from the prolonged use of the exclusive meat diet."
A reporter? Nope, a repeater of sound bites. Well, there's a proper sound bite for the gullible fool. I mean, seriously, that's how he makes his living?
Incidentally, mom sent me the link, that's how I got it.