The attack on red meat has been gathering speed over the last few years and when you see the attack on farming now you know why, it was just a stepping stone towards trying to get people to stop eating meat, something we have done since man has been alive.
This crazy net zero agenda from our own government and others like it and Agenda 2030 from the lunatics at the WEF (World Economic Forum) are pushing for all farming and meat eating to be banned, they want us all living on bugs and plants, sounds like we are going back to the dark ages.
Well I for one wont stay silent or just come along quietly, the attack on farming and red meat is utter BS
And yes the study on red meat and cancer was also BS, they used hot dogs and highly processed meats and they failed to mention other lifestyle factors.
Anyway - the benefits of red meat 👇
Red meat is one of the most controversial and debated foods out there. It’s often blamed for causing heart problems, cancer, and other health issues, but is that really true? Recent research suggests that red meat may actually have a number of health benefits, and can be an important part of a balanced diet.
One of the most important benefits of red meat is its high content of essential nutrients. Red meat is one of the best sources of protein, iron, zinc, and B vitamins. Protein is essential for muscle growth and repair, while iron helps to transport oxygen around the body and zinc is important for healthy immune function. B vitamins are important for energy production, and red meat is one of the best sources of vitamin B12.
Red meat is also rich in healthy fats, including omega-3 fatty acids. These are important for reducing inflammation, which is associated with many chronic diseases. Omega-3 fatty acids have also been linked to improved cognitive function and mental health.
Another benefit of red meat is its high content of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). CLA is a type of fat that has been linked to improved body composition, increased muscle growth, and reduced body fat. It’s also been shown to reduce the risk of several types of cancer.
Finally, red meat contains high levels of the mineral selenium. Selenium is essential for healthy thyroid function, which helps regulate metabolism and energy levels. It also has antioxidant properties, which can help protect against cell damage.
Although some people are concerned about the health risks associated with red meat, in moderation it can be an important part of a healthy diet. It’s important to choose lean cuts of red meat, and to limit your consumption to 1-2 servings per week. This will help you get all the benefits of red meat without increasing your risk of health problems.
In conclusion, red meat can be an important part of a balanced diet. It’s rich in essential nutrients, healthy fats, and important minerals. Eating red meat in moderation can provide a number of health benefits, such as improved muscle growth, reduced body fat, and improved cognitive function. If you’re looking for a healthy source of protein, iron, and other important nutrients, red meat is a great choice.
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