Top 20 Doctor insights on: List of unprocessed meats
Red meat in traditional culinary terminology is meat which is red when raw, and not white when cooked. Red meat includes the meat of most adult mammals and some fowl (e.g. Ducks).
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Had gastric bypass-gained half of weight list back, but I still can't eat normally, & I seldom get hungry. Can't eat meat or much fruit. Any thoughts?
Eat solids, no sips: Weight regain after bypass is usually due to eating foods that go down comfortably. There is a tendency to fall into a pattern o slider foods (soups), sipping with food, and snacks. In essence you are defeating the surgery to lose weight, you need to eat foods that pack the pouch (bread, chicken, etc) and fill you up. Don't drink with or after meals or you will wash food down. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Interesting question: Now a days many animals are given antibiotics and hormones. This can find it's way into the person who consumes those animals. In addition, there are differing amounts of fats and cholesterols in meats. Meats can also be an important part of a healthy diet. People who don't eat meat usually need to learn to find important nutrients through other foods. As with all things in life - consumption of ...Read more
You shouldn't: Eating raw meat is generally considered unsafe and may result in intestinal upset (vomiting and diarrhea). That said there are some great dishes that include raw meat- you just have to be careful the meat is handled and served properly. ...Read more
Many possibilities: If the meat had bad germs on it, or had toxic materials made by the germs, then one could get sick. But, that would depend on what the contaminant was, how much of the contaminant was eaten, how good one's body is at counteracting the contaminant, and other factors. If the spoiled meat was well cooked, it would be pretty safe, unless there were toxins able to survive cooking. Hard to say for sure! ...Read more
Meat eating pro/con: Some of the pros of eating meat are, it's a good source of protein, and the only exogenous source of cholesterol and vit. B12. Some of the cons of increase meat consumption are that it has been linked to heart disease, outbreaks of food-borne illness and high protein diets have recently been linked to cancer. ...Read more
Nuts, seeds: Nuts and seeds are high in nutrients and energy in a small size. Eating nuts and seeds as part of a well balanced diet that includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, chicken, fish and dairy can help you gain weight when you eat more calories than you need. Figure out your calorie needs and increase them by 500 calories a day to gain a pound a week in weight. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers