Limit, restrict, cut back or avoid red meat
The health risks of consuming red and processed meat outweigh any benefits.
Choose lean proteins, and try to consume no more than 4 ounces in a meal.
Due to the high cholesterol and saturated fat, red meat raises our blood cholesterol, which can lead to heart disease.
Multiple studies and research has concluded consuming processed red meat, things like bacon, sausage, salami, pepperoni, bologna, jerky, deli meats, and hot dogs are related to increasing cancers. What’s in these meats?? Preservatives, high sodium, nitrates, and other chemicals and ground-up bits and parts.
Inflammation and arthritis buildup over time with a diet high in red meat.
Red meat is linked to diabetes. In an extensive study of nearly 150,000 participants and over two decades, the data proves people who increased their consumption of red meat over time also increased their risk of developing type-2 diabetes by 48%, that’s HUGE!
What now?? Buy Lean bison or wild game meat. Make sure your weekly diet has seafood and wild-caught fish. Suggested to eat a pound of wild-caught fish each week, do you?
Skinless chicken and turkey breasts are great proteins to mix in your meals during the week as well.
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