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Doc 03-16-2008 08:36 PM

Red Meat
 
I read something the other day that suggested if you had red meat for a meal 5 times or less a week, that you are doing pretty good.
So I started counting, cause 5 times sounded easy. Boy was I wrong. I've done it but if I don't watch myself special it's always more than 5 times a week.

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Speaking of red meat, while having dinner the other day a guy eating with us got a steak. He ordered Medium. Meals came and his steak was more a medium rare by what I'm used to (very red in the center) ...so we suggested he send it back. He says no, thats okay. He likes it that way but doesn't normally order it that way because red meat is bad for you. So, he gets it all the way cooked so it's not red. :pat: :yum: :yum:

Deadly Sushi 03-16-2008 08:41 PM

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He likes it that way but doesn't normally order it that way because red meat is bad for you. So, he gets it all the way cooked so it's not rare.
YOure kidding right????? :ermm:
I eat meat every day now that I think about it. :bb:

Doc 03-16-2008 08:46 PM

Honest. You can't make this kind of stuff up. Lucky I didn't have a mouthful of anything when he said it or I might have made a mess. :hide: :D

waybomb 03-17-2008 09:09 PM

Maybe he was equating undercooked meat to red meat. Otherwise, could anybody be that stooopid?

sandrab 06-19-2012 06:56 PM

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i must writte something that i found

“Each additional daily serving of processed red meat (bacon, hot dogs, sausage, salami, and bologna) was linked with 20% increased risk of death overall, 21% increased risk of heart disease-related death, and 16% increased risk of cancer-related death.”
try to take iron rich foods for replacement for meat, it's healthier

Sweet_tooth 06-19-2012 07:27 PM

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WELCOME To the NCT forum

QuirkyCookery 06-19-2012 10:19 PM

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Lol!! Did you guys have the heart to tell him he was mistaken? I don't think I could bring myself to tell him.

Mama 06-19-2012 10:29 PM

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I think you already did Quirky :lol:

joec 06-19-2012 11:39 PM

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Well let me see, Great Grandmother lived to 105 years old and ate meat with every meal. She even ate the fat off of pork chops when I was a kid. I guess without it she might of lived to 150 instead. :wink:

I read a study once that stated if your parents where raised on the perfect diet and stayed on it. Then they raised you on that same diet you would live on average 3 months longer than some one that ate a poor diet. In my opinion through the years it is one thing or the other is bad for you be it whole eggs, whole milk, red meat etc. Fact is if one eats in moderation, excises regularly and isn't subject to genetic disease then they will live a long healthy life. I do tend to buy into that thought as dieticians are like lawyers and sociologist if the vanished tomorrow no body would notice they had gone. :eating2:

JoeV 06-20-2012 03:38 AM

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Originally Posted by joec (Post 263950)
Well let me see, Great Grandmother lived to 105 years old and ate meat with every meal. She even ate the fat off of pork chops when I was a kid. I guess without it she might of lived to 150 instead. :wink:

I read a study once that stated if your parents where raised on the perfect diet and stayed on it. Then they raised you on that same diet you would live on average 3 months longer than some one that ate a poor diet. In my opinion through the years it is one thing or the other is bad for you be it whole eggs, whole milk, red meat etc. Fact is if one eats in moderation, excises regularly and isn't subject to genetic disease then they will live a long healthy life. I do tend to buy into that thought as dieticians are like lawyers and sociologist if the vanished tomorrow no body would notice they had gone. :eating2:

Amen on the lawyers and sociologists. Interesting fact about the whole milk, our 18 month old granddaughter drinks whole milk, per her pediatrician's order. Contrary to the fat police, she is not overweight. Go figure...

I also eat the fat off the pork chops...and ribs, and roasts too! Good stuff. If it kills me, I'll go with a smile on my face.

Sweet_tooth 06-20-2012 03:39 AM

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Hey JoyV can i ask you somtin

Sweet_tooth 06-20-2012 03:43 AM

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can we be friend on here you know wat your talkin about anyway um reply wen u can i guess

Adillo303 06-20-2012 07:45 AM

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Depending on how far back you want to go. People ate what they produced. The animals were fed with grains, etc. grown from the land. Much of the meat we eat today is injected with whatever and eats grain fertilized with whatever. I feel this skews the picture significantly.

People are eating more and excercising less. It is important to eat a good diet. There are an awful lot of other things to considee as well.

Doc 06-20-2012 11:30 AM

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Originally Posted by QuirkyCookery (Post 263930)
Lol!! Did you guys have the heart to tell him he was mistaken? I don't think I could bring myself to tell him.

Yeah, after we stopped laughing we told him. :pat: What a duffass. :eek: As a rule guys love telling other guys when they are wrong. Guess it's a guy thing. :hide: :yum:

Sweet_tooth 06-20-2012 12:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Sweet_tooth (Post 263964)
can we be friend on here you know wat your talkin about anyway um reply wen u can i guess

hmmm...i should refrase this every one on the site knows what there talking about.And every ones been very helpfull thank you guys :)

luvs 06-20-2012 06:18 PM

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doc, oh, my. haha!:yum:

Cooksie 06-21-2012 12:33 PM

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This made me curious, so I wrote down my last 10 meals (I only eat lunch and dinner).
2 - red meat
1 - chicken
2 - fish
2 - pork
3 - meatless (if you don't count the ham used as seasoning for peas)

I guess I like variety and would get tired of red meat if I ate it too often. Anyway, I'm going to see what the end tally looks like after 14 meals.

chilefarmer 06-22-2012 10:40 AM

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I have read someone's signature line, and I have to agree.
Red meat is not bad for you. fuzzy green meat is bad for you. CF


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