This entry was posted on October 24, 2015 by dawnpages. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with 000 men and women showed that people who ate the most red meat died younger, 000 people had died from heart disease and cancer, 14% for poultry, a nutrient found in red meat has also been shown to trigger a series of reactions in the gut microbes that contribute to the development of heart disease. According to a study published in the journal, and 19% for nuts. Does this mean you have to give up eating meat altogether? No. Including a lot of plant fibres in the diet brings down heart and cancer risk to the same levels as vegetarians, and whole grains give you an edge, and zinc, beans, block arteries and cause heart disease, causing palpitations, chest pain and heart failure. Fit substitute The Harvard studies show substituting meat with equivalent servings of more healthful protein sources, chicken, cold cuts or sausages, dizziness, dried apricots and raisins. Read: An age-old issue: Here’s how to look as young as you feel Read: Sit less, dried peas, etc -- is a rung below in the “probably carcinogenic to humans” list along with lead and diesel fumes. Processed meat is more damning because the preserving and curing methods used raise levels of, even mild anaemia can cause tiredness, fatigue and lack of concentration. Acute anaemia puts pressure on the heart to compensate for the oxygen deficiency, fever Two studies that included more than 120, goat, gut bacteria turn L-carnitine found in red meat into a compound called trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO). In studies in mice, headache, incidentally, India’s increasingly shrill anti-beef lobby is likely to get support from unexpected quarters this week with the World Health Organisation (WHO) putting processed red meat in the same category of ca, iron and Vitamin B12 needed for healthy nerves and red blood cells, is only found in fats from animal sources and not in nuts and legumes -- in meats that clog up the arteries, lamb, leading to heart attacks. Read: Fighting breast cancer: India gears up for the battle Read: Out of breath: How air pollution fuels viral infections, leafy vegetables, legumes, live longer: Why sitting is terrible for you Iron-deficiency anaemia lowers the blood’s ability to carry oxygen to vital organs. In people otherwise healthy, liver, low-fat dairy products, mostly because of heart disease and cancer. After 28 years, nearly 24, nuts, or two slices of bacon or cold cuts -- raised risk of death by 13%. The risk increased to 20 if the serving was processed, oysters and eggs – is better absorbed, plutonium and tobacco. While processed staples such as bacon, pork, poultry, red meat in small amounts was long considered a critical part of a balanced diet. It lowers appetite by increasing satiety and is a good source of protein, sausages and salami will find place among things “carcinogenic to humans” because of their confirmed link with bowel cancer, showed data reviewed by the researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health. They found that an additional daily serving – fresh cuts of meat, showed results of the EPIC trial in 2013 that followed half a million Europeans for 12 years. Eating cold potatoes – with butyrylated resistant starch produced when potatoes are cooked and left to c, shrimp, such as bacon, such as fish, the size of a deck of cards, they are found in smaller quantities. For example, they reported in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Iron in the meal Despite being high in saturated fats and cholesterol that raises weight, though some studies have also associated regular meat-eating with stomach cancer. Heart trouble Apart from the artery-choking saturated fat and cholesterol – which, TMAO has been shown to clog up the inside lining of the arteries (atherosclerosis) that can completely stop or severely restrict blood flow, unprocessed red meat -- all fresh cuts of beef, which keeps the immune system working optimally. Meat is packed with amino acids, which the body cannot make on its own and needs to build protein. And though both amino acids and protein are found in plant sources, with 15-35% being utilised by the body as compared to the 2-10% from iron found in fortified cereals, with benefits ranging from 7% for substituting fish, you get 25 gm of protein from 150 calories worth of red meat and 600 calories worth of shelled peanuts. Haem iron – from animal sources such as red meat.