Many have heard more than once that eating red meat can cause cancer, that this source of protein is rotting in our body, and can even cause diabetes and heart attack. We tried to find out how true these statements are.
The meat rots in the intestines
When we eat meat, it is exposed to acid and digestive enzymes still in the stomach.
In the small intestine, proteins are broken down into amino acids, and fats into fatty acids.
After that, they are absorbed through the intestinal walls and enter the bloodstream.
As a result, there is nothing left to rot.
Meat is high in cholesterol.
It is in every cell membrane and is used to produce hormones.
It produces a large amount of liver.
When we get enough cholesterol from food, the liver produces it in smaller quantities.
Meat causes heart attacks and type 2 diabetes
It is believed that meat favorably affects the work of the cardiovascular system.
Red meat causes cancer
But these findings do not apply to properly cooked, high-quality red meat.
Meat is bad for bones
It is established that the protein diet leads to an increase in its density and a decrease in the risk of osteoporosis and fractures in old age.
From meat get fat
Scientists from the University of Medicine in Washington confirm that daily consumption of protein foods reduces the total calories eaten by 100–200 per day.
As a result, you fully eat, and at the same time lose weight.
The human body is not adapted to eat meat
From which we can conclude that the human body is adapted to the omnivorous diet.