As far as health effects, how often- or rather how infrequently, do you think one should eat red or lean meats?
Topic: As far as health effects, how often- or rather how infrequently, do you think one should eat red or lean meats?
June 16, 2019 / By Ashlynn Question:
"You know that you posted this in 'Vegetarian & Vegan,' right?"
Well, yes, but you being a top answerer here you must surely recognize the wide spectrum of diets actually present in the section. That's why I asked it here.
Best Answers: As far as health effects, how often- or rather how infrequently, do you think one should eat red or lean meats?
Zion | 6 days ago
the only meat you should be eating is chicken, fish and turkey just listen to any athlete nuterenist or read the back of labels you’ll recognize red meats are extremely high in saturated which been proven to be unhealthy as studies have demonstrated it leads to obesity. Than i don't believe humans were ment to be eating meat constantly every day considering even chimpazees are closes relitive in the aminal kingdom are 90 percent vegaterian.
name a source for your imformation
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Yea, I know how you feel. When I was a teenager, some medications would only end up making my face worse. ProActiv was one of them, actually. Sometimes, over the counter meds don't provide much help. The only relief I got was using oral prescription meds after talking to my dermatologist. If you don't want to go that route, they can also prescribe topicals that are much better than what's out there on your local market shelf. I always wondered about diet and exercise. It really has no impact, IMO, in that I tried a lot of healthy binges. It would have a positive effect on my well-being, but wouldn't do much for my skin. Bottom line, if it is something that is bugging you so much that it interferes in your daily life or you are too self-conscious about it (which just causes even more stress, which doesn't help matters), it is best just to see a dermatologist ASAP and not rely on these over the counter medications.
@ Daisy... Weak and sickly? That's far from the truth. If vegans were weak and sickly, there wouldn't be so many vegan athletes. In fact, more and more athletes are choosing a vegan diet (including men):
Brendan Brazier (Ironman triathlete), Ruth Heidrich (six-time Ironwoman), Keith Holmes (world-champion middleweight boxer), Desmond Howard (professional football player & Heisman trophy winner), Bill Pearl (four-time Mr. Universe), and Dave Scott
(six-time winner of the Ironman triathlon) are all vegans.
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A whole bunch of scientists went to school to learn and did a whole bunch of studies on what is good fot the human body. Now we get Kim Kardashian telling you what to do and if she didn't have money she'd be a dumpster diver. I don't get it but here is the government site on what you should have and how much. When you go to the store food has nutrition labels to help you determine how it fits in to your daily diet. Learn how to read them. Whether you get your protein from beef or tofu is immaterial as long as you get enough. If you get fiber than the whole colon thing is a non issue. When you are 50 schedule a colonoscopy, it is very important. I threw that in because it's very important.
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Depends on how the meat is prepared and what cut of meat it is. I eat red meat at least 4 times a week and am quite healthy.
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beef in classic culinary terminology is meat that's crimson while uncooked and not white while cooked. beef incorporates the beef of maximum person mammals and a few chicken (e.g. geese). interior the nutritional sciences, beef incorporates all mammal meat. beef is a source of iron. beef additionally includes protein, ranges of creatine, minerals alongside with zinc and phosphorus, and supplementations alongside with niacin, diet B12, thiamin and riboflavin. beef is the richest source of Alpha Lipoic Acid, a efficient antioxidant.
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Originally Answered: How do I get good health? I don't wanna be really buff or anything, just to be lean and fit, but how?
Eat well-balanced meals. Include all the food groups: Meat, Bread or Carbohydrates, fruit, vegies and milk. A little margerine or butter would be okay. Use chicken broth on potatoes instead of sour cream or butter. Try to cut down on caffeine not matter how much you are drinking now. If you drink no caffeine, GREAT! You're already on the right track!
It is not just diet. You might also think about exercise. Just walking for ten minutes three times a week is a good start. Do Not push yourself. What you put in your mouth reflects through your mood, alertness, body posture, self-esteem and self-worth.
Have a little patience. Your new eating plan should begin to show a healthy glow in 4-6 weeks...in time for the US holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas for sure!
Best of Luck to you in your new endeavors!