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October 09, 2019


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irma may

It is important


Hi Irma,

Yes, people need to know about this.



Interesting feedback about this study. The scientists in the study say they had no connections, but they were organized by someone who did. It's like hiring scientists who work for the oil industry to study the effects of oil production on the arctic.


I can't imagine having 4 servings of red meat per week. I usually stick to fish or chicken. However, every once in a while I may have a burger or filet.


Hi Jennifer,

Yes, the study seemed fishy -- even though it was a red meat study -- from the beginning. I thought like Marion Nestle, a nutritionist, that the meat industry will really like this. I was glad to read her post and quote from it about a movement within nutrition research where some researchers want to discredit nutritional research because it's based on reports from people.



Hi Rebecca,

I agree. Four servings of red meat a week is a lot. I usually eat chicken or fish, but I occasionally make a stew in the crockpot in the winter. I especially like lamb occasionally. I need to get into the habit of using chicken in the stews.


vipar gremmy

The food needs to be balanced. In the diet should be proteins fats and carbohydrates. There shouldn't be a lot of protein. For the body there is a limit of protein that it can process. The problem of nutrition in society is very important. You look at how many overweight people!

gehex geiopmali

Red and white meat was always in people's diets. Even when no one knew about nutrition. It is important to cook the meat properly and take into account the combinationofof of meat with other products. Today, meat cooked according to different recipes is the most popular product in America. When they talk about the harm of meat, they talk about carcinogens. But there is a simple remedy - lemon. Lemon is able to remove from meat up to 98% of carcinogenic substances that cause tumor diseases. The discovery was made by 13-year-old girl Lauren Hodge. For her discovery, Lauren was awarded the Google Science Fair Award. Now many nutritionists advise to include lemon water in your diet. If you notice something in Japanese cuisine while eating a glass of water with lemon is the norm. And the Japanese are the healthiest nation and nation of centenarians. On the benefits of lemon water you can find information on BetterMe -
It contains a lot of vitamin C and helps to curb hunger, increasing the feeling of satiety. In addition, it is considered an excellent detox because of its effect of emptying the stomach.


Red meat is obtained from various sources. But the main source is from beef, as it is the healthiest choice among others, such as lamb or pork. The level of cholesterol inside beef is known to be the lowest among others. However, this does not mean that there is no risk from its use. However, there are a number of health risks associated with eating beef. But with proper control, this risk can be eliminated.


All bodybuilding athletes are aware of the benefits of red meat in which muscles develop well. Therefore, it is not surprising that they always consume large portions of low-fat red meat as a daily menu, as they require a high protein content in food. In addition, in combination with the right amount of carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins, minerals and growth hormone (read more at los angeles hgh clinic ) this meat can benefit the whole body.

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