7 Reasons to Eat Beef You Are Not Aware of ...

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7 Reasons to Eat Beef You Are Not Aware of ...

Is eating beef really bad for you? Does it cause heart attacks, strokes, and cancers, as we are constantly being told by diet dictocrats? It’s pretty easy to get confused, and we women are especially vulnerable, because we want to be healthy and look good, right?

What is the truth?
Consider the following:

• Studies indicate that, if our ancestors had not eaten red meats, the brain of humans would be 1/4 of its present size! During human evolution, our adaptation to red meat and the vital protein and fats it provides, is one of the KEY reasons behind the rapid growth in our intelligence and brain capacity.. without meat we still would be living in the trees eating bananas!
• In regions where people have the longest lifespan, the diet is based almost exclusively on meat of ruminant animals and cultured dairy products.
• Protein in beef and lamb provides plenty of building blocks for our body, ensuring strong lean muscles and healthy hormones.
• Red meat is an excellent source of vital minerals like zinc, iron, and magnesium. In meat, these minerals exist in form that is much easier for the body to absorb compared to the minerals in grains and pulses.
• Vitamin B12, which can be obtained ONLY from animal sources and which is abundant in beef, is crucial for a healthy nervous system and blood.
• The carnitine in red meat is essential for balanced and steady functioning of the eart.
• Beef and lamb fat is rich in linoleic and palmiotelic acids, which have strong anticancer effects and fight viruses and other pathogens.

In the next article, we will discover the best ways to cook red meat so that its vital force is not destroyed. In the meantime, remember that beef or lamb on your plate is not only a gourmet delight, but also the best way to protect your beauty and health.

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Don't eat beef.Because there are most dangerous germs are found in cow's body.The most dangerous germ found in it can make Titanous desease.This is a very dengerous.It can kill a human within three days.It causes severe heart deases.It make you fat.So keep distance from it.

1: By that logic, animals that only eat meat should be building supercomputers. The correlation of meat + intelligence may be from things like, say, cultures evolving from hunters bartering with villlagers for food. 2: Again, uncontrolled correlation doesn't say anything. By your logic, the regions where people tend to die after long sicknesses are hospitals, therefore we should not go to hospitals? 3:Protein can be sourced from all-plant sources - it's inconvenient, but it's also convenient to steal from a store rather than pay. 4: This is true, but it's also true that first-world countries (read - basically everyone able to afford internet) pretty much don't have problems with zinc, iron, or magnesium deficiencies. 5: If only, say, cows have vitamin B12, where do they get it? There are bacterial methods of producing B12, and "animal sources" doesn't mean you have to eat the cow to get the B12. 6: Your body makes its own carnatine, and plenty of plants make it, too. A sip of milk will basically give you all you need. 7: You have to test the whole package to make that claim. Beef and lamb may have other things that greatly increase cancer risk that overpower linoleic/palmioteic acids (check all the primary literature involving beef and increased incidence of colon and prostate cancer) I write this all as I eat my chicken pesto pizza. Go on, eat your meat - but be honest and say you eat meat because you like the taste of it. 1: By that logic, animals that only eat meat should be building supercomputers. The correlation of meat + intelligence may be from things like, say, cultures evolving from hunters bartering with villlagers with excess meat from a hunt. 2: Again, uncontrolled correlation doesn't say anything. By your logic, the regions where people tend to die after long sicknesses are hospitals, therefore we should not go to hospitals? 3: Protein can be sourced from all-plant sources - it's inconvenient, but it's also convenient to steal from a store rather than pay. And if analogy doesn't suit you, check the reduced mortality study Clifton showing heart attacks being less serious if you switch out animal protein with vegetable protein, for instance. 4: This is true, but it's also true that first-world countries (read - basically everyone able to afford internet) pretty much don't have problems with zinc, iron, or magnesium deficiencies. Meat is nutrient-rich - but when was the last time you (or anyone around you) was actually worried about malnutrition? 5: If only, say, cows have vitamin B12, where do they get it? There are bacterial methods of producing B12, and "animal sources" doesn't mean you have to eat the cow to get the B12. 6: Your body makes its own carnatine, and plenty of plants make it, too. A sip of milk will basically give you all you need for the day. 7: You have to test the whole package to make that claim. Beef and lamb may have other things that greatly increase cancer risk that overpower linoleic/palmioteic acids (check all the primary literature involving beef and increased incidence of colon and prostate cancer) I write this all as I eat my chicken pesto pizza. Go on, eat your meat - but be honest and say you eat meat because you like the taste of it.

Hi everyone! Sheila, just wanted to point out that vegan and vegetarian are 2 different things. I am not sure if your were aware of that from your post. Vegetarians do not eat meat, whereas vegans not only do not eat meat, but do not eat any animal products or byproducts at all. So, whereas a vegetarian may drink milk for example, a vegan would not.

Totally disagree with first point....In countries like India where almost 80% of population never ate red meat in their life span are not dumb people....even Indians are known for their intelligence..!!This is one of the few articles that describes advantages of eating beef whereas most of the articles suggest to avoid red meat

If someone is to choose to be a vegetarian would they not HAVE to take vitamin supplements to sustain their health? That should answer the question. Its not what you eat, its your eating habits that cause this worlds phenomenal obesity rate.

I noticed you removed my comment, do you dislike being questioned?

Everyone's physiology is slightly unique and responds to foods differently. Personally, I find red meat and wild salmon (the darker red the better) in my diet delivers significantly more energy than any other types of protein. I am 48 and can run 12 to 13 miles every other day, if my diet is high in protien. I am running 7 minute miles and I am not a great athlete, started running about 10 years ago. I keep as fit as possible. If I cut out these specific foods I do not have as much energy and my fitness drops. Agian, this may just be unique to me. I also find having Greek yogurt with a scoop of whey protein is helpful for energy but not to the degree red meat has. I do eat lots of fruit and vegetables to get a balance, I have to consume lots of calories to run for 90 minutes. I believe the key to good health to systematically find what works best for you within a balanceed base. I stress being systematic and rational when discovering what makes you tick. Do not choose I diet because a freiend a steak eater, a vegan, etc. I am not a big supporter of an extreme diet - meat, vegi, or vegon. Find what works best for you. If someone offers me food I will graciously accept it regardless!

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