My understanding is that veggies ARE important for gut health because vegetable fiber supports the good bacteria in your gut. So long term it's a good habit. A lot of people here are almost exclusively carnivorous, and I'm not sure what their answer is regarding that. My guess is that with the proper nutrition of organ meats and absence of toxins that the digestive eco system ajusts to a different but healthy status, but I'd like to see some data on this.
+1 for hiding veggies in things you like, works for me. I always love my mum's slow cooked stews with the potato and carrot cooked right in with the meat, delicious. I put frozen spinach in curry sauces and omelettes.
What sort of vegetables do you enjoy, when you do eat them?
If we’re not supposed to eat animals, how come they’re made out of meat? Tom Snyder