Eating red meat such as lamb meat increases your risk of cancer, heart disease, erectile dysfunction, diabetes, osteoporosis and bone loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis and Crohn’s disease, etc
This links to hundreds of studies. If you’d download the doc, you can search specifically for meat or red meat or any illness.
Organic grass-fed best-quality meat is not any better, because just animal protein can be as bad as smoking for us based on study:
Another naturally occurring substance in red meat, Neu5Gc, triggers toxic immune response in our bodies, causing inflammation which leads to all kinds of nasty illnesses.
If you eating red meat on a daily basis, your body would have constant inflammation!
We can get all nine essential amino acids (protein) from plants. Study shows that plant protein is just as good as animal protein in building muscles, but without the health penalty.
In fact, vegan diet is the healthiest diet overall based on study: Comparison of Nutritional Quality of the Vegan, Vegetarian, Semi-Vegetarian, Pesco-Vegetarian and Omnivorous Diet
I just read one of the answers posted by a person that seems to be vegan or vegetarian. Cutting meat out of your diet is limiting your body of some of it’s needs that are not achieved or as readily available from vegetables. It is easy to point out harmful and toxic things in all foods, but vegans and vegetarians will only do this in meats and frankly sometimes I believe they are mislead about what they believe. All things in moderation. Now for your question. I am not a qualified nutritionist, but it is an interest of mine. My conjecture on the matter is it is no more harmful than a steady diet of any other meat. Some folks in our Western society devour ground beef on a daily basis. I don’t recommend it. There are certainly folks out there that eat only one kind of meat, usually beef, chicken or fish. Some moderate vegetarians will occasionally eat fish, cheese and eggs. Too may knowledge lactose intolerance is highest in milk and becomes less likely to occur in things like cheese. Too get back on the subject, lamb is very high in essential nutrients, especially protein. It contains many vitamins and minerals. The only risks I could imagine are the same for any continuos red meat consumption and that is when not served with a balance of vegetables as well. These may be arterial and obesity. I would suggest that it is better to mix your meat consumption to other available forms such as foul, fish and beef. There are claims that bison are healthier choice than beef from cattle.
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