TopicFacts About Eggs: How Much Protein In An Egg?

  • Tue 17th Apr 2018 - 10:22am

    The first known con involved in meat-eating is the GRS Ultra Review high acid content. A fairly healthy human body is roughly 7.3 on the ph scale. Anything below the number seven is considered acidic. On the contrary, anything above that number is considered alkaline. The more acidic you are the more health problems you are bound to have. The more alkaline you are the better your health will be. When you consume meat you are pushing your body toward the acidic zone. When meat enters your body without the proper amounts of calcium present, your bones are forced to release calcium in order to neutralize the acidic environment that is triggered by the meat. Most people do not consume enough calcium in their diet so this poses a big problem for them if they consume meat on the regular basis. Remember that acid as it relates to your health is nearly equivalent to sickness.

    The next issue affiliated with meat-eating is the cancer that it can cause. When you barbeque, fry or pan cook your meats well done, you are asking for a problem. Well done and fried meats are heavily associated with cancer. The burnt part of the meat contains acrylamides and heterocyclic amines which are very popular carcinogens. Acrylamides are simply animal carcinogens. Heterocyclic amines are carcinogens created by cooking meats at high temperatures. Red meats and fried foods are loaded with both of these chemical compounds. If you can avoid or drastically minimize your meat consumption you may have a great chance of lowering your risks of contracting cancer.

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