pay attention to the science!
we already knew that…
people like beef! And it’s certainly far better for the environment than the lab-grown “Franken-beef!”
hoax. It is merely a marketing ploy. It is the NE “elites” version of “boob-bait for Bubba.” Yes, the twin relics of unscientific thought–“Organic” and “Vegetarian/vegan.”
steak last night. It was FANTASTIC!
Dr Alice Stanton, of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, one of the authors of the review, said: “The peer-reviewed evidence published reaffirms that [the 2019 Global Burden of Disease Risk Factors Report] which claimed that consumption of even tiny amounts of red meat harms health is fatally scientifically flawed. [emphasis added]
“In fact, removing fresh meat and dairy from diets would harm human health. Women, children, the elderly and low income would be particularly negatively impacted.
Be scientific. Eat meat.
on Vitamin D. N=12,000.
It may seem counterintuitive, but a new study review suggests that consuming too little salt could be harmful to heart failure patients.
…. But the new meta-analysis of nine randomized, controlled trials found that restricting dietary sodium intake below the standard recommended maximum of about 2.3 grams per day did not bring additional benefits, and it also may increase the risk of death.
were MADE to eat meat! Anyone who tells you differently is either intentionally or unintentionally giving you bad information. Just look in the mirror at your teeth–omnivore.
I really believe that people can and should decide for themselves what to eat and not eat. Everyone can choose for themselves. THAT is just how I roll.
But the scientific data are quite clear. The best information we have is that a vegetarian or (horrors!) vegan diet is just not optimal for human beings.
Yes, with careful supplementation and care, a person can thrive being vegetarian or perhaps even vegan. Yeah, maybe. But in terms of natural foods, humans are omnivores.
we were all told that ONE glass of red wine a day is good for you?
Err, maybe not.
As the research rolls in, it seems to suggest that from a health perspective, the optimal number of weekly drinks is zero.