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Side effects of meat (especially lamb meat) consumption

If we take a look over some alarming statistics, the 17 million people each year lose their lives due to illness related to meat consumption should represent as many reasons why you should pay more attention to this problem. For that, we must recognize, diseases such as colon cancer and other cancers linked to meat consumption, cardiovascular disease and obesity are not ignored.

DOES MEAT MAKE US SICK ?

In fact, this question should sound more like something like "What diseases are caused by meat?". Not intended to frighten you, but not let you sleep comfortably on one ear, I'll just tell you that every year millions of people are diagnosed with various cancers caused by eating meat and recorded over 600 000 deaths caused by colon cancer. If we tie the results of researchers on the consumption of meat and liver rectal cancer, colon cancer or ovarian cancer, it is easy to understand why should the alarm bells.

Carnea o otrava?

In addition, the list of diseases caused by eating meat is unfortunately range of diseases such as heart failure, arteritis obliterans, with oxalate kidney stones, rotting colitis, constipation, cellulitis (caused by hormones in meat), allergies (caused by nitrite in meat), acne and other hormonal disorders. Salmonella infection, which is one of the most common forms of food infection is often passed off through the chicken. Digestive infections with the bacterium E. coli can also be the cause of meat consumption.

If we think and the millions of overweight and obese are diagnosed each year and their affinity for fat and meat in general, it is easy to see why it's good to think better when it comes to eating meat.

iS MEAT TOXIC?

Meat is toxic? In a possible toxicity of the top foods that form the basis of human food, meat would lead detached, the food with the worst long-term effects on the body, surpassing even refined sugar, margarine and flour. Why meat is considered a high risk food are numerous: it contains proteins required when metabolized, a much greater effort from the liver and entire digestive system. Saturated fats from meat seriously affect the heart and blood vessels, causing atherosclerosis, thrombosis, heart failure, etc.. Some toxic substances in circulation by the animal, in the agony of his slaughter, produced in the human body nervous and endocrine imbalances. Excessive consumption of meat leads gradually to a slow process to remove toxic substances and waste, that is a very dangerous and slow poisoning of the body. There are a classification of the degree of toxicity of different types of meat? Yes, the so-called toxic is considered red meat, beef, sheep and goats, and various types of game. Especially the beef contains high concentrations of purines, very harmful.

Industrial farming meat - a real poison

Currently, more than 70% of meat consumed in our country and the world "civilized" is obtained in intensive farms, having, therefore, "the quality of hygiene and proper". This just in theory, because in reality, meat obtained in the true death camps has a much higher toxicity. In such a nursery, a baby matures in just 12 weeks, while one that grows freely, I have several times longer to reach the same size. How to do this trick one day growth as ten others? Keeping the animal in a space with only a few inches square to move, with concentrated fodder indopandu it full of vitamins and minerals synthetic nemiluita by administering antibiotics and, especially, giving him growth hormones. All these substances accumulate in the meat and then get into our stomach, causing real havoc. Look puffy, overweight, excessive effeminacy that Western men glandular source and metabolic imbalances farmed meat products.

MEAT AND THE CANCER

Colon cancer - in a study by the prestigious BBC News quoted and repeated by mainstream media in the world (except the Romanian), were observed eating habits of not less than half a million people in Europe, a period of 10 years. The conclusion is that the risk of colon cancer was more than one third higher in those who consume more than 2 servings of 80 grams of meat per day than those who consume such serving more than a week. Specifically, those who ate the equivalent of a ham sandwich and a piece of steak every day are at risk of developing colon cancer by 35% higher than those who consumed one serving of meat per week. Moreover, the study showed that a diet low in fiber increase the risk of colon cancer by another 39%.

Breast cancer -a study at the famous Harvard Faculty of Medicine UK, the 90,000 women showed that those consuming more than 1.5 servings of meat per day are nearly 2 times more likely to breast cancer than who eat meat more than 3 times a week.

Pancreatic cancer - a study done by a medical institute in the U.S. state of Hawaii, led by Dr. Ute Nothlings and his colleagues performed on 190,545 men and women, showed a direct link between meat consumption and growth rate of pancreatic cancer. The study lasted seven years, and Reuters, which broadcast information, points out that it's not about fat or cholesterol content of meat, but especially chemicals used in obtaining and preparing them to be carcinogenic.

non-Hodgkin limphon - NHL - CNN has a story of April 30, 1996 cites a study of 35,000 older women and shows that diet high in animal fat and meat, especially hamburger, doubles the risk of NHL. There are presently tens of studies that show without doubt that the meat eaters grows exponentially and the risk of stomach cancer, liver cancer, ovarian cancer, prostate cancer etc.. Moreover, predisposition to cancer, regardless of shape and location, is a feature of all consumers of meat..

Meat, impotence and male infertility An article published by a foundation doctors in the United States shows that there is a direct link between eating meat and fat, average amounts, and erectile dysfunction in men. The big problem is that after 40 years, blood vessels are clogged much faster and sclerotic meat eaters, favoring the appearance of vascular impotence, which is the most prevalent form of impotence. Then, growth hormones, used in livestock currently and arrived in our diet through meat, leading to lower concentrations of testosterone (a male sexual hormone) in men. The result: the number of sperm in semen decreases dramatically, as well as their motility, which has as consequence the appearance of male sterility in various degrees

Meat and women infertility

Recent research suggests that consumption of red meat such as beef or pork, increases the risk of endometriosis by 80 to 100%. This can result in infertility, painful menstruation, severe cramps, and can mean different cancers. Solution to a shortage of endometriosis in young women is to reduce meat consumption and increased consumption of vegetables and fresh vegetables. Almost all types of meat treated with sodium nitrite, a food additive with high toxicity, which when ingested, cause the occurrence of nitrosamines in the digestive system, known as cancer-causing factors, and which also interferes with normal activity of reproductive organs.

Meat and digestive diseases

Home is not incriminated meat this time of industrial type farms, but also that of private producers. Highly aggressive diseases such as trichinosis, tapeworm, various bacterial infections, is due in 90% consumption of this meat.

Meat and obesity

An article published in 2006, "International Journal of Obesity" refers to a study done five years at Oxford and show that people consuming meat are more prone to obesity than those with vegetarian diets.

Meat and cardiovascular diseases

A study published by the "British Medical Journal" (one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world), edition of June 25, 1994, on death rates from meat eaters and vegetarians, some elements brought amazing. During the 12 years of study, it was observed that the meat eaters, mortality rate was 51%, while in vegetarians, 28%. The latter were well below the overall statistics, on mortality rates from cancer, and heart disease. It was found, so that people who eat meat very rarely have heart and blood vessels healthy until old age. Moreover, a vegetarian diet greatly reduces risk of stroke, the stroke and the thrombosis.

Meat - a poison?

Finally, one last question: can we finally give up meat? There is no risk in this decision? The answer is clear: health has nothing to lose if giving up meat, but rather finally will win by quitting meat. More precisely: by adopting a vegetarian diet.

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