Yes, it’s Hungary. I am 5’4" so I am aware 70kg is much and I looked like this at 62kg too… Though I think I am a tad more muscular now, my pants (the ones where I easily feel little changes. I can’t measure my waist, I lack the skill, it seems) feels the same as they felt when my weight was lower. Weight doesn’t interest me, I would be gladly 70kg with little bodyfat (still healthy for a woman) and much muscles but I doubt it’s realistic for me But who knows?
So obviously having a more optimal bodyfat mass is healthier (especially that most of the excess fat is on my belly) but I don’t worry I get various health issues due to this. I have my anchestors’ good genes, mostly. I can be patient for a bit more.
I can imagine changes. After I tried out carnivore, the only not insane diet I thought impossible for me? Avoiding vegetables, the only food group I thought I never could skip? No matter how off days I have, I almost never eat any vegetables now. Something turned off in me. And I loved them passionately, in huge amounts… So after all that, eating rarer meat sounds nothing. I just don’t know what is safe. Totally safe. As safe as can be. It’s not a sacrifice not eating raw/rare meat so I don’t want risks.
I actually fried some beef not into oblivion once and it was good. It worked with tiny pieces. But when we make steaks (from some cheaper parts, not the typical ones. I am not sure I would be happier with the expensive stuff but I will try it out at some point. maybe in a restaurant as my trust in my skills is understandably little), I still think we should make it soft in the oven at a low temperature first.
Well, I fry the most tender livers for 15 minutes too
Eating raw/rare is far from me. It’s odd it works so well with eggs. But those are different. I prefer my yolks runny. And whipped egg yolks are creamy and nice, heat just ruins them. Not like fried yolks aren’t awesome. But not creamy. I eat about 30-seconds scrambled eggs nowadays and it’s way better than the dry brown one I had before though I liked that too.