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Thread: Does eating red meat cause cancer?

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    LifeofaFighter is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eoin Kenny View Post
    How do we know red meat is awesome? Serious question BTW...

    Read these studies and articles they go into the past benefits of red meat consumption and the current benefits:

    Should Humans Eat Meat? [Excerpt] - Scientific American

    Not All Red Meats Are Heart-Unhealthy, Study Says | WBUR

    Lean red meat consumption and lipid profiles in adolescent girls

    Hopefully this helps

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    I think someone deleted a comment here? I got an email for a reply with some studies. The only viable one is by Vaclav Smil, I need to look into that more, thank you!

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    If it's fucked-with, sure. Not for nothing, but I don't think that factor is factored-in enough. They just take the substance & ignore the condition of it.

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    Number cause of death is DEATH. There is no escape. We are all on death row. heheheheh!!!!..Red meat can cause cancer. Or heart disease. The 2 leading causes of death in America is cancer and heart disease. The trick is that you want to live to the ripe old age of 95 - AND get away with 2 packs of cigeretts a day, a weekly fifth of whiskie, and all the steak and fries you can eat when ever you want. At 95, you want 23-25 year old babes lined up at your door - in which they pay you for stud service!!...hehehe!!...But thats probably not going to happen. Americans are living longer - inspite of their bad eating and drinking habits.. But that is because of advances in medicine - and many are still miserable, just older and meaner cantankerous old farts. I tell you if I had been born a decade earlier, I would be dead right now. Ten years ago I had heart surgery and began taking heart meds. Had 90% blockage in my artery. Caught it in time. I probably would have died if I had not began treatment and began exercising and eliminating all fast food. In my family I have managed to live the most years. Parents and brothers all died in their 40s and 50s. I honestly feel healthy as a horse. I actually think I can make it to 75. But sorry ladies my stud services are no longer offered. Some things just don't happen anymore..heheh!!,,,Dennis

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    Don't eat red meat, it gives you cancer.
    Don't eat eggs, they give you cholesterol.
    Don't eat fruits, they are bad with their fructose.
    Don't drink milk, they have a lot of antibiotics and hormones.
    Don't eat grains because you become fatty.
    Don't eat too much vegetables, they can irritate the gut.

    Kill yourself, it's better... Because all foods are bad if we listen all "gurus" and "experts"...
    Last edited by gimx; 02-01-2016 at 09:13 AM.

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    Listen to your doctor. Eat a plant based diet with some lean meats, thats probably best for most people.

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    If I listen my doctor, I must eat 3 eggs per week. I eat 3 eggs at every breakfast and my cholesterol is fine. Eat well without junk food but the most important... Be honest with you, listen your body and you know what is good for you
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    I am not sure about it causing cancer, but including red meat in you daily diet is not at all a good idea. So try avoiding that.

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    I am not sure about it causing cancer, but including red meat in you daily diet is not at lall a good idea. So, try avoiding it.

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    Red meat needs to not be screwed-around-with (like anything) & I'd imagine it'd be a bad idea to overdo it, especially without counterbalances to it (people forget that it's not like cutting at a piece of wood). I'd think you'd probably do well to throw in a lot of things that work against cancerous situation & then the piece of meat that you have as an entree would be less of an issue (keep in mind that it might not be, since humans are well-designed for persistence hunting & extraordinarily healthy people at meat all the time).

    I've found it very odd that people get all worried about cancer & yet have such a positive view of things that like cell phones & cars (radiation of sorts & exhaust). It truly seems like a lot of people would sooner lose a kidney or a lung than a car or a phone. Never seen a mechanic get that attached to a screwdriver or a wrench.

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