Thursday, March 4, 2010

TOO MUCH PROTEIN IS HARMFUL TO HEALTH

Many people think that we need to eat a great deal of protein during the day, especially if we are active. We have been conditioned- often by massive advertising campaigns to believe the meat eating is essential for health. This is a great misconception. In fact, we need far less protein than we think we do, and recent medical research has proven that eating too much protein harms the liver and kidneys and is the cause of many diseases. Millions of people in the wealthy industrialized nations who are consuming tremendous quantities of meat are actually eating 2 or 3 times the amount of protein they need. The excess is converted into carbohydrates and stored as fat. Thus over 50% of Americans are overweight and prone to many diseases directly related to obesity, especially high blood pressure and heart disease.

2 comments:

  1. Well, take that together with diet drinks which contain artificial sweeteners used to fatten pigs as they increase appetite and you have the surefire recipe for bankrupt social security health care systems.

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  2. everything that is over is bad. that is why there is so called balance diet. thanks for sharing!

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