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Eating too much red meat could increase Alzheimer’s risk

Latest Update: September 24, 2015 | 181 Views

A new research suggested that eating too much red meat could trigger Alzheimer’s risk include heart disease, kidney disease, osteoporosis (softening of bones) and cancer.

Scientists found that red meat contains lots of saturated fats and cholesterol, which can lead to heart disease.

Meat may also contain high levels of hormones, which can trigger reproductive problems and early-onset puberty in children.

The Study shows that excessive use of red meat, salt and chilies can increase stomach acidity also.

The researchers say an individual should not consume more than 250 grams of red meat in a day.

They suggested that red meat preferably should be used with vegetables and yogurt.


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