Saturday, 26 February 2011

SACN Iron and Health Report | SACN

SACN Iron and Health Report | SACN:

"Adults with relatively high intakes of red and processed meat (around 90 g/day or more) should consider reducing their intakes. A reduction to the UK population average for adult consumers (70 g/day cooked weight) would have little impact on the proportion of the adult population with low iron intakes.

Leading UK nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston says

This is the equivalent of no more than one bacon roll or 1 lamb chop or 1 big mac per day.

That means you should at least be vegan for at least two meals a day such as Breakfast and lunch and only have a small portion meat for one meal a day.

There is still no safe advisory level for meat eating, the scientists will only confirm that risk significantly increases after 70g of meat per day.

There is mounting evidence that Plantarian style diets that avoid all saturated animal fat products and replace animal products and meat with natural wholefoods from plants can actually reverse the symptoms of heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

In the Oxford /Epic study it has been shown that a 22% reduction in risk of dying from heart disease can be attributed to eating at least 8 portions of fruit and vegetables per day.

The safest thing to do is to avoid all meat and dairy and eat a variety of different Plantarian foods.
It's clear what you need to do if you want to reduce your risk of chronic disease - Eat more plant foods and less meat.

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  1. Hi, this is my first time here. I hope it isn't the last. Nice style and useful information. Keep it up .. :)

  2. I agree with you and Plantarian foods are best for health.and This food making your life to healthy.
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  3. I think the report is based on the researches it is not providing best result, vegetarian lifestyle are best for healthy life!

    Dr Hulda Clark