How Eating More Red Meat Could Help Your Wellness

The Red Meat Diet could help replace a worrying gap in the diets of many in the UK. Recent data has shown that people of all ages are lacking in important vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, vitamin D, iron, magnesium, zinc, selenium and potassium. Without a balance of all the components you need, you’ll get ill. There isn’t a single pleasant vitamin deficiency and in this day and age with all that’s open to us, there’s no reason to be deficient in anything. Red meat could well be the answer to an issue which is in danger of sweeping the country as red meat contains all of these vitamins and minerals!


But what is red meat?


Well, red meat is beef, pork, lamb and veal. It doesn’t matter how it’s served. Fresh, from frozen, minced, chopped or as a steak. What matters is that you get it into your diet.


Why should you be eating red meat?
Red meat is a fantastic source of the very best kind of protein and as such you’re not going to have to eat an obscene amount to stay healthy. You can get your daily requirement of fatty acids from red meat which are important for the management of inflammatory conditions and maintain the health of a foetus in utero. Iron is easily missed as a mineral in our diets but it’s incredibly important. You can get more than enough iron from red meat. You’ll never have to worry about it again!


Many will tell you red meat can be bad for you. It’s true that if you were to have a steak a day for the rest of your life you’d not be doing yourself any favours. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, moderation is one of the key components of life. Everything is bad for you in a massive dose, even medicine is just poison of a specific dose! Try the red meat diet today and let us know what you think!

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