Doctor insights on:
List Of Red Meat Foods
I'm allergic to white meat and red meat causes a lot of diseases. I need tips of food that replaces meat?
Meat allergy: You need to detail your symptoms and you need to specify what meat you think you are reacting to. You can eat fish, and lentils, soy, all have protein that can replace meat. But more importantly you need to see an allergist to determine if indeed you are allergic to meat as you suspect. ...Read more
Is red meat, fast food really that bad for you? Is it food that kills or how much you eat? What do most doctors eat?
Food and Exercise:
What you eat can be good or bad for you.
You could see a dietitian for advice but I recommend that you also go on-line to see "NuVal".
NuVal has a long list of foods that are either very good, not so good, and quite bad for your health and your weight.
You should also take time at least once a week to exercise. Not easy in the cold and snow but there are many not very expensive training centers ...Read more
If there is a high iron content to your water, could you possibly have an iron overdose? Especially if you eat foods like red meat and spinach often?
Absolutely: Absolutely this is a common cause of iron od. ...Read more
What other foods will help me gain my iron levels /HG part fro Red meat or Liver? Also what are the best Fruits to eat and avoid for minting blood?
Iron rich foods: Foods such a leafy green vegetables (kale), lean red meats, beans, shellfish, nuts and fortified cereals are high in iron. The iron will be absorbed more readily if eaten with foods that contain Vitamin C such as bell peppers, parsley, broccolli, orange juice, kiwi, cooked tomatoes and strawberries. ...Read more
Healthy diet: Sources of iron - egg yolk, molasses, raisin bran, raisins, prunes, dried apricots, figs, kidney beans, pinto beans, navy beans, lentils, split green peas, enriched cereals, enriched macaroni, spinach, greens, broccoli, lima beans, avocado. Cook in a cast iron pan. The following foods can help your body absorb iron better: orange, cantaloupe, strawberries, grapefruit, broccoli, brussels sprouts. ...Read more
5yo girsl iron is 164, & norm is 28-93 ug/dl according to lab. Takes no vitamins & has no iron supplemented food & very little red meat. I'm concerned!
Could be normal: Normal serum iron level ranges from 22 to 184 ug/dl. Suggest to repeat same test at different lab. ...Read more
Have unknown food allergies- been eating unseasoned red meats, asparagus w pure olive oil no sauces- still geting sick-could it b red meat?
YesAlpha Gal Allergy: Galactose alpha 1, 3 galactose (a.k.a Alpha gal allergy) You may have reactions 3-6 hours after eating mammalian meats. You should be able to eat Poultry and fish. Be careful! Some people are so sensitive that you may have trouble with cross-contamination. Sandwich shops, grilled foods with mixture of juices, Fast foods with beef flavorings. Even rice made with beef bullion. ...Read more
I'm on a homely diet since April : Low fat, Medium Carb & veg protein. Low on Ani protein, no red meat, No fast food, greasy/fried food. High Veg, Fruits. Brisk walking. I lost 13 lbs in this tenure. Is this normal loss or I am seriously ill inside?
Normal: A healthy goal is to lose one pound per week. Since April was 11-15 weeks ago, you seem to be right on track. Great job! ...Read more
I'v Lost 14-15 lbs in last 14 weeks. I've only stopped eating fast food/greasy/fried food & red meat. Eating homely food -low fat/oil, moderate Curb & veg protein & good fibre. Is this WT loss good or due to serious disease? No Major fatigue. HB 14.
Weight loss: First I commend you on your weight-loss. In addition what you are doing is the necessary steps for weight loss, reducing fat suit reducing hi greasy foods cleaning your diet. Losing about 1 to 2 pounds a week is actually an adequate goal and I think you're on target keep it up. ...Read more
What cause excessive flakes on scalp and hair loss after eating red meat milk and diary products. My food allergy and intolerance test was negative. ..
Many causes: I would suggest avoiding these foods for two weeks and reassess the condition of your skin at that time. Topical products are available at your pharmacy for dry scalp and flaking which can be tried after the two week period or beforehand. ...Read more
What cause flaky scalp and hair loss rapidly after eating red meat diary products legumes fruits nuts. Food allergy and intolerance test was negative.
The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of flaky scalp. There are likely to be other possible causes, so ask your doctor about your symptoms.
Seborrheic dermatitis, dry skin, seasonal changes, winter,
fungal infection of the hair shaft.
Hair loss is most likely a telogen effluvium where the hair starts to shed. Treatment is
b12 injections every month. ...Read more
Ask a dietitian: A dietitian would b the best person 2 speak with. Red meat comes in many flavors meaning very lean 2 fatty. U should b able 2 eat more lean than fatty, also it depends on how u prepare it. Good lean grass fed red meat (lamb, beef) is hard 2 get ; can b pricey. ...Read more
You're not alone but: We consume 71 pounds of red meat per capita each year. However, given the ongoing controversy regarding overindulgence in meat given its associated diseases and heightened cancer risk, Americans have learned to cut back. We ate 96.3 pounds of red meat per capita in 1970--with poultry picking up much of the slack. You may want to learn to love chicken too! ...Read more
Will it effect your health eating a lot of red meat in one day if you don't usually have it that often?
No, it's fine to eat: Although some feel queasy eating red meat when they have abstained for a long while, there are no ill health effects. Interestingly, the gut bacteria of meat eaters release tmao after digesting steak, which has been linked to heart attacks and strokes. Vegans who tried red meat as part of this nejm study lacked these gut bacteria and did not have any increase in tmao after a one day red meat binge. ...Read more
Will eating red meat 2 to 3 times per week have any "real" health implications if I'm otherwise healthy?
Depends: Red meat is an excellent source of protein and iron; in the good for you column. What you should know is that grass-fed animals, for example free-range or wild animals, are a very good source of conjugated linoleic acid (cla), a fat that appears to have potent anti-cancer properties. Grain-fed animals are inferior in nutrition to grass-fed animals. ...Read more
NONE: A 7 month old baby does not "need" any meat at all. The best food for a 7 month old baby is breast milk. If that is not available then formula is next best. It is ok to give some mashed veggies like yams and squash and fruit like avocado and applesauce. Perhaps some rice cereal. I would not advise meat of any sort (including chicken or fish) the first year of life. ...Read more
Elevated cholesterol: Red Meat is not necessarily bad for you. You can avoid other sources of fat to control your cholesterol. You should avoid fried foods such as fried fish or deep fried breaded chicken.. It is okay to have Red meat twice a week providing it is lean in the form of fillet or London Broil. You should always boil or broil your meets. Avoid sweets which are high in sugar and fats.. ...Read more
Yes: A few years ago we learned that one form of red meat allergy was caused by the formation of antibodies to galactose-alpha-1, 3-galactose, which occurs in all non-primate mammalian meats. It differs from other food allergies in that it often results in reactions hours after ingestion. ...Read more