Wednesday, December 21, 2016

More Settled Science Gets Weird

Eating more red meat does NOT hurt your heart: New study insists larger portions of beef and pork can actually be GOOD for blood pressure

Health officials recommend cutting our intake of red meat for our heart health

But a new study has found unprocessed beef and pork are not dangerous

In fact, a review of clinical trials showed the meat was beneficial for patients


We found that consuming more than half a serving per day of red meat, which is equivalent to a 3 ounce serving three times per week, did not worsen blood pressure and blood total cholesterol, HDL, LDL and triglyceride concentrations, which are commonly screened by health-care providers,' O'Connor said.
WAIT!... What? 3 ounces? 3 times a week? That's not "eating meat". That's dabbling in hors d'oeuvres. That's starvation portions for real people. It's NOT "larger portions". These researchers need a diet of double Quarter Pounders with cheese, because their brains are starving.

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