Mother-of-two ditches vegan diet she followed for 15 YEARS and now she ONLY eats meat

Nicole Carter, 44, of California, said her health plummeted and she was diagnosed with digestive condition ulcerative colitis in 2012. She switched to a carnivore diet and said she has never felt better.
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