How to eat red meat without increasing cancer risk


Had to share this information with you that I just learned on the Dr. Oz show.  Turns out, it doesn’t necessarily matter how your beef was bred, how much fat it contains or the way it’s cooked that increases your risk of getting cancer, it’s what’s contained within the meat that poses the problem.

Red meat contains a lot of sugar and the way that sugar is broken down in the body is what causes the cancer risk.  When you eat too much beef the immune system attacks; which then affects your lifetime risk of cancer.

So how can we still eat red meat without increasing our cancer risk?

  1. Don’t eat red meat everyday.
  2. Red meat shouldn’t be the main course.
  3. Eat 3 oz of red meat at one time; equal to the size of a deck of cards.
  4. Marinate your red meat in dark beer for 30 minutes to prevent charring.
  5. Always serve red meat with green as that will help clean your system while eating.
  6. FYI-Lamb contains less sugar so you can eat 4oz versus 3oz and poultry contains no sugar at all.

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