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This is kinda scary.
Never eat beef unless it's my once a year mc Donald's haha. Err having sausage an mash tonight. I mainly eat veggie shit
There's nothing new here. Everything in moderation, innit.
To answer your question, I hardly ate any, but have just been diagnosed with clinical anaemia, so am eating red meat like it's going out of fashion. Couple of 97% sausages for breakfast, steak for dinner etc.
and eat liver.. more nutrients.. easier to absorb.. not processed meat..
and you reduce some onions with balsamic vinegar first, chuck some mushrooms in towards the end too
But that doesn't count as red meat (or does it?!)
Have to be careful about liver consumption due to vitamin a levels. The sausages I'm eating are minimally processed and the benefits from sorting myself out now will far outweigh any teeny risk of cancer.
"In the meantime, official advice is that people should consume no more than 70g a day on average - for example, a couple of sausages or rashers of bacon."
I think if I was to eat a bacon sandwich every day then my kidneys would fail before the bowel cancer kicked in.
I am a smug vegetarian
Never at home, either.
by eating very lean cuts. they tend to be expensive though (e.g. fillet steak steak of sirloin)
I try not to eat red meat more than more a week. I'm also sometimes prone to iron deficiency, but I eat lots of spinach, seafood, peanut butter, all of which are very rich in iron but won't clog up my insides like dead cow does.
I want some now.
`According to the latest survey of the British diet, the average adult eats around 71g of red meat a day`
`In the meantime, official advice is that people should consume no more than 70g a day on average`
Hmm. Either way, not sure how people eat that much red meat on average a day. Monday to Friday I barely touch the stuff and only really ate some yesterday (nice spot of lamb) last week.
Fucking love meat.
I've found a cheap greek place though so i eat there a lot now instead (chicken) I could even go there for lunch today that's an idea i was only there two days ago !!!!!!
Have just given up eating pig.
They're treated so fuxking badly and they're known to be super intelligent.
Then went back onto only eating free range or organic pork, think it makes a massive difference
Don't want to set a bad example to the kiddies!!
So probably shoot them on sight too
50g a day. That's 350g a week. I think I'm probably safe.
although when I eat red meat it's generally the leaner stuff although I recently bought some sausages, could probably replace that with lamb in the future.
maybe a 2/3 rashers of bacon or sausage a week.
quite a wee bit of chorizo mind
steak/burgers maybe 4 times a year
seem to have gone suitably nuts over this. As expected.
because of the cancer articles, etc. do pork chops count? sometimes eat them
personally i think that's a bigger deal, a lot of people already know about the red meat danger, but stuff like sliced ham is a staple of children's lunchboxes etc. not surprised food industry people are panicking
did it for about a year and it was a piece of piss
wanna cut the fish out too
bacon and burgers and this and that and there isn't a poster who does more that barely touch the stuff!
normally whilst crossing the bus lane, smoking a fag and licking a yoghurt pot lid.
Yet still i fight another day. Remarkable.
But it has been chicken not ham. So probably like smoking a few marlboro lights on a night out.
For red meat it is always minced burgers. Otherwise I am a veggie/fish/turkey/chicken kinda gal
processed meat - once in a blue moon
ham, chorizo, bacon, saucisson sec, burgers, gammon,..throw in all the cheese I'm eating with it and I'm a dead man walking!
While I don't think I'm going veggie any time soon I've put off changing my diet to a far healthier one for a long while and this media scarefest should help me actually get on with it