Used to be you’d go to a doctor with a complaint: Something’s wrong, and you want him to check it out.
These days, the complaints are coming from the other direction.
Before you can even open your mouth, HE’S complaining to YOU!
Yes, friend, you know the drill by now. If it’s not your blood pressure… it’s your cholesterol. If it’s not your cholesterol… it’s your triglycerides.
More likely, it’s all of the above.
And that’s when the complaints turn to nagging. He’ll yammer on and on about avoiding red meat, and urge you to gnaw on so many plants that you’ll start to sprout the next time it rains.
Maybe you’ve tried it. If you did, you know how well it works.
It DOESN’T – and the latest research confirms that it’s not just you.
The new analysis of 24 studies confirms everything you’ve read right here in the Daily Dose over the years, showing how red meat was NEVER the cause of those problems in the first place.
You can have half a serving a day – or a full plate of delicious red meat every other day – and it won’t make a bit of difference in any of the so-called “risk factors” that lead to scary lectures from your doctor.
In fact, the new study PROVES red meat intake won’t make any difference in blood pressure, HDL or LDL cholesterol, total cholesterol, triglycerides, or just about any other major heart risk factor.
That’s right – it’s time to put beef and pork back on the menu, my friend!
While of course this study is great news for us carnivores, there’s one key flaw.
It just didn’t go far enough.
Why cut it off at half a serving a day? You can fill your plate at every meal, because if those meats are part of a healthy low-carb diet, they won’t increase your risk factors, and they absolutely won’t hurt you.
Heck, those meats will do more than not hurt you.
They’ll HELP you, because red meat is an incredible source of the proteins essential to building muscle, the fats that power your brain and protect your vision, and the nutrients you need to make it through each day – including some of the most important minerals that most folks miss out on.
I’ll have more on one of those minerals coming up later today – and I’ll show what happens when you fall short.
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