Reveals How Red Meat Harms the Heart 

Nutrition of meat 

Meat is one of the most nutritious
food for the human body. It provides protein, proteins, iron, vitamin B, etc.
to our body from protein and other ingredients. Vitamins A and B are also good
for bones, teeth, eyes, brain, and skin. 

Types of Meat 

The meat of poultry and fish is
called White Meat while the meat of cattle (four-legged animals) is called Red

you love to eat red meat, this habit can lead to life-threatening heart

was revealed in a medical study conducted in the United States.

Cleveland Clinic study found that fat and cholesterol in red meat are harmful
to the arteries of the heart, but bacteria in the stomach also play a role. 

red meat

study provided evidence that there is a link between bacteria in the stomach
and a compound called TMAO, which increases the risk of heart attack and stroke
in people who eat a lot of red meat.

are trillions of bacteria in our gut, most of which are harmless but also play
a role in health.

bacteria work to make certain compounds, one of which is TMAO, which is
produced by a specific type of bacteria with the help of 3 nutrients, which are
found in large amounts in red meat and liver.

study found that high levels of TMAO in the body indicate an increased risk of
heart attack, stroke, and death.

has shown that people who eat a lot of red meat have a 2 to 3 thirds increase
in TMAO levels within a month.

the good news is that this effect can be reversed and research has shown that
reducing the amount of red meat in the diet can reduce TMAO levels to a healthy
level in 3 to 4 weeks.

know that lifestyle factors are very important for the health of coronary
arteries and the results provide further evidence that reducing the level of
TMAO can reduce the risk of heart disease,” the researchers said.

results of the study were published in the medical journal Nature Microbiology.

in February 2020, a joint study by Northwestern Medicine University and Cornell
University in the United States found that consumption of red and processed
meat increased the risk of heart disease and death.

has found that consuming red meat, processed meat, or chicken (not fish) just
twice a week can increase the risk of coronary heart disease by 3 to 7%.

eating red or processed meat (not chicken or fish) twice a week increases the
risk of death from any cause by 3%.

researchers said that while this may seem like a small difference, reducing the
consumption of red meat and processed meat can be beneficial to health. It has
been shown that eating too much red meat can lead to other medical problems,
such as cancer.

said that precautionary measures in the use of animal protein foods could help
reduce the risk of heart disease and premature death.

study, published in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine, found that
there was a link between coronary heart disease and death.

said that fish, seafood, and vegetable varieties of protein like nuts and
pulses are the best meat alternatives.