How much meat p e r week

Steffanson-based meat-only diets were fashionable for a time in the paleo community a few years ago and I brought up ethnographies that showed Arctic people eating a much wider variety than what the contemporary dieters who claimed to emulate were eating. It’s hard for me to link to these people because a lot of them (like Danny Roddy) did suffer health problems and no longer eat all-meat diets, but diets with much great variety or high-carb diets. Even the far northern tribes ate things like lichens found fermented in animal stomachs, mazru which are little roots stolen from mice dens, seabird intestines that contained a variety of plant matter, seaweed, and a much larger variety of animals in general. Also medicinals are often not classified as food in ethnographies, but lead to intake of plant matter.

Cooking any meat at a high temperature or smoking meat produces carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon compounds (PAHs) and heterocyclic amines (HCAs). [35] The subgroups of heterocyclic amines compounds are amino-dimethylimidazo-quinoxaline (MelQx), amino-dimethylimidazo-quinoxaline (DiMelQx), and amino-methyl-phenylimidazo-pyridine (PhIP), which are mostly formed when meat is cooked at high temperatures. Benzo[a]pyrene (B[a]P) is another compound found in meat cooked at extremely high temperatures. Likely because of these factors, marinating fresh lean red meat, and thoroughly cooking it at a low temperature will reduce the production of carcinogenic compounds and thereby lower the risk of colorectal cancer . [36] [37]

From my experience with both gout & low-carb dieting, I found that switching from the carb to a high-protein metabolism causes a large increase in urination initially, as the body needs less H2O to process proteins (fats too? not sure). Anyhow, could the connection be as simple as dehydration? I’d be curious if tracking by UA showed correllation between high specific gravity in urine & this man’s gout symptoms….. I find that my daily water intake plays a vastly greater role in my level of gout symptoms than my protein intake (assuming I’m not going wild, of course.) Curious to learn if any conclusion are reached — hope you’ll post a followup if there’s anything new to add.

Little steps. Have meat at only one meal a day. then try skipping a day here and there. Nothing says you have to have the usual Three on your plate: meat, potatoes/vegetable. Why can’t it be TWO Veggies and whole grain rice? for example. Why not a sandwich and soup? We used to have grilled cheese/tomato soup night often when I was growing up. Or eggs for dinner. If you have pancakes for breakfast, you don’t get ice cream that day. that’s like 2 desserts. make a homemade blueberry pie. half the sugar. Eat that for lunch. Mix it up. who says you always have to follow the Leave it to Beaver three meals a day Plan? Sometimes I just “graze” all day, never really eating a whole “meal” at once, all day.

How much meat p e r week

how much meat p e r week

Little steps. Have meat at only one meal a day. then try skipping a day here and there. Nothing says you have to have the usual Three on your plate: meat, potatoes/vegetable. Why can’t it be TWO Veggies and whole grain rice? for example. Why not a sandwich and soup? We used to have grilled cheese/tomato soup night often when I was growing up. Or eggs for dinner. If you have pancakes for breakfast, you don’t get ice cream that day. that’s like 2 desserts. make a homemade blueberry pie. half the sugar. Eat that for lunch. Mix it up. who says you always have to follow the Leave it to Beaver three meals a day Plan? Sometimes I just “graze” all day, never really eating a whole “meal” at once, all day.

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