The Benefits of Eating Meat

Most people these days think meat is bad for you but there are benefits of eating meat that everyone should be aware of. They should also know what has gone wrong with our meats and why some health professionals recommend you don't consume too much red meat. This report will explain what are the best meats to eat and why, along with the importance of fats in our diet.

For 2 million years we were hunter-gatherers and consumed meat and plant foods on a daily basis. Then about 10,000 years ago agriculture amazingly appeared and we slowly
turned to a grain based diet. 6000 years ago we invented pottery and started storing these grains to be consumed in the winter.

Civilization boomed and great cities sprang up all around the globe. Agriculture was the start of modern day civilization as we know it. 100 years ago we figured out how to refine these grains into things that our ancestors would never ever call food, and we suffer many new diseases as a result.

As a result the grain farming industry makes billions of dollars a year in sales. Governments provide government welfare programs to support these big industries and the small farmer has been slowly squeezed almost out of existence. Big farming corporations now wield tremendous political power and I believe are the driving force behind the present USDA Food Pyramid, a pyramid that calls for roughly 10 servings a day of whole grains as its base.

But this is not what we were designed to eat folks and we are not designed to be vegetarians either. By doing so we rob our bodies of the benefits of meats and the nutrition it provides while slowly destroying our health.

In the previous Newsletter I talked about grains and what they do to you. There are also a few other things I can let you know about to prove this point about meat.

For instance, let's talk about the cow, a strict vegetarian that eats almost every hour of its awake life, non-stop. Why is that? Because in order for that cow to get enough nutrition from the plants it eats it has to consume a huge amount of food. It also regurgitates its food, chews it again, and then sends it through its 5 stomachs to be
digested. It has a huge digestive system! Just like all other vegetarian consuming animals.

Even primates in the wild that eat bugs and small game when they can kill it, have much larger digestive systems than we do for this very same reason. In order for them to get
enough nutrients they must consume large amounts of food and be able to digest that food since they primarily eat plant foods.

We on the other hand have the digestive system of a predator like a wolf or dog. It's small and is designed to digest primarily meat. All you have to do is compare the waistlines of vegetarian animals to predators and you can see that the predator has a smaller waistline and therefore a smaller digestive system. It's designed to get the
maximum benefits from eating meat, not plants.

So, we were never designed to subsist on plants alone, we must have meat in our diets if we want to achieve our greatest level of health. This can be easily proven by looking at the present day Chinese who are now eating more and more meats. Those children raised on more meats of parents that ate primarily plant foods grow on average 2 inches taller than their parents. This proves that meat provides more nutritional value than just plant foods alone.

Consider that the animal you are eating was a vegetarian and the meat contains all the minerals and vitamins of the plant foods it ate when you eat it. Along with fats your
body needs in substantial amounts to stay healthy.....more on the fats later. Meat is as close to a complete meal as you can get because of this.

Matter of fact, the Eskimos hardly ever ate plants yet they did not suffer from vitamin or mineral deficiencies or any of the modern day diseases until they adopted the typical
western diet. Now they are obese, get heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, etc... just as much as the typical American. This proves, at least in my mind, that our diet is all wrong and needs to be more like those Eskimos of old who got the benefits of eating meat on a daily basis.

But, what has happened to our meat?

The meat we used to eat was obviously wild and ate basically an all organic diet. Our cows ate primarily grass along with all our now domesticated animals. They weren't fed grains, dead animal waste and other byproducts unfit for human consumption. They weren't shoved into a pen to be fattened on aflatoxin laced corn to get fat so they weigh more, which of course brings more money. They were wild and on that wild diet until some lucky hunter killed them and took them home to feed their families. It was wholesome food at its best and still is if you are a hunter or have a hunter in your family.

Now what happens when we shove that cow into that pen and feed it all the crap to fatten it up? Well... they become pesticide laced, full of antibiotics, hormones, and
vaccines, etc. All the sugar from the grain reverses the fatty acid profile of the meat just as it does in humans. We both gain weight, get high cholesterol and high triglycerides etc. It takes a while longer for us than a cow, because they are basically forced fed, but we all get there if we eat this way. The cow's saturated fats go
through the roof while those Omega 3 fats go down.

Wild game has a fatty acid profile of high Omega 3's and low saturated fats. Grain fed beef has the exact opposite, the opposite that promotes disease in the human body, low Omega 3's and high saturated fats. Grass fed beef without any grains is much more normal like wild game, high Omega 3's and low saturated fats. This is the ideal fat ratio for the human body. We must have good fats to function at optimum health at a cellular level.

Hydrogenated, polyunsaturated and unsaturated fats found in modern day cooking oils and those refined processed foods are supposed to be good for you, but that is untrue.
Let's take a look at what they do to the human cell.

Cell walls are composed of mostly collagen, which is made from a few amino acids and good fats, Omega 3's. These cell walls allow nutrients in and waste out. It works the same way with the t-cells of the immune system. A t-cell will engulf or swallow its prey and the pliable cell wall allows it to do this.

But when you eat hydrogenated trans fats or a diet high in unsaturated fats, the body will use this fat to make cells and these cell's walls are harder than normal cells. The
result is the t-cell cannot eat its victim and protect you from disease; its cell walls are not permeable like they are when the wall is made from good fats.

When the cells divide and produce new cells, this bad fat can cause mutations in the cell and this is a primary cause of cancer. Once this cell is a cancer cell and it divides it
produces more defective and mutated cells so the cancer spreads. It is a little more complex than that but bad fats do cause cancer.

These hydrogenated fats are the primary cause of heart disease raising LDL cholesterol while lowering HDL cholesterol. They dramatically increase inflammation and
cause insulin resistance in the cells. The insulin resistance leads to diabetes.

These bad fats have been found to increase the risk of Alzheimer's 2.4 times over those people that don't consume them. They also reduce immune function and can cause allergies because they are inflammatory. They've been linked to asthma as well.

Presently, because of all the added bad fats to processed foods and vegetable cooking oil use, this ratio of bad fat to good fat is anywhere from 20:1 to 50:1 in the modern day diet. This is the big problem, over consumption of trans fats and Omega 6 fats with not enough Omega 3 fats so the  cells in your body are not healthy. This eventually leads to  disease.

I should probably clear up the saturated fat thing. Saturated fat is not necessarily bad for you. It contains complete carbon chains so it's very stable and is the best fat to cook with. It just needs to be consumed in a 1:1 ratio with Omega 3 fats.

You can do a search on the Internet for the benefits of Omega 3's and human health and come up with thousands of studies confirming this but some of them include:

Relief from depression
Improved brain function
Clearer and healthier skin
Improving arthritis
The control of inflammation
Helps control blood pressure
Helps control digestive diseases
Help prevent the development of asthma
Lowers the risk of Alzheimer's disease
Lowered LDL cholesterol levels, the bad cholesterol
Raised HDL cholesterol levels, the good cholesterol
They help to reduce the risk of certain types of cancer,
like breast-, colon-, and prostate cancer

That's quiet a list right there don't you think?

So what meats should you eat to get the greatest benefits of eating meat on the colon cleansing diet?

There is no comparison when it comes to wild game. Elk, deer, moose, antelope, buffalo, duck, ostrich, mercury free salmon, and genuine free range chickens are all good.

These days you can buy many of these meats from reputable sources right on the Internet. They are shipped to your house while still frozen and are vacuum packed for
freshness and longevity. Here are a few sources.

Beef, Chicken, Buffalo and Fish

Mercury Free Wild Salmon & Seafood

Those are some of your best sources of high quality high Omega 3 meats that will provide you with the greatest benefits of eating meat. You need to eat any way so you may as well eat the best thing for you. It may well save your life in the future because 1 in 3 Americans is now coming down with cancer and heart disease. 2/3's are overweight and this can lead to diabetes, another modern killer. These are diseases
that could bankrupt you and your family. Eating right is just cheap insurance in my opinion. Besides, who wants to feel like crap?

You can also take Omega 3's in supplement form. There are tons of these supplements on the market but the very best is Genuine Neptune Krill Oil.

Krill is what whales and other marine life eat. It is super high in anti-oxidants and regular fish oil supplements are not. One of these anti-oxidants is astaxanthin, which is a
natural carotenoid-type of antioxidant that is even more powerful than beta-carotene, alpha-tocopherol, lycopene and lutein.

The combined ORAC value of Krill Oil is 378! That's over 300 times the antioxidant power of vitamin A and vitamin E! Over 47 times the antioxidant power of fish oil and lutein!
Over 34 times the antioxidant power of coenzyme Q-10!

Genuine Antarctic Krill Oil is so potent it has been granted New Dietary Ingredient (NDI) status by the FDA. It is patented and patent-pending in 35 countries around the world. It has been evaluated for safety and effectiveness in Phase I-IIIa clinical trials.

If you take the other fish oils you will also need to take some kind of anti-oxidant because fish oil spoils easily. This spoilage turns rancid in the body and can create free
radical fats that can damage your health doing more harm than good.

I could go on and on about Krill Oil but I won't, just try it; it has a Life-Time money back guarantee. Seriously, Life-Time! But, you'll never use it, this stuff is that good.

Your diet should consist of 1 meat serving a day. Fats need  to come from good meats and fish, oils, and plant fats. Don't make the mistake of only getting fats from plants that only contain ALA and not DHA and EPA fatty acids from fish  and meat. You need all 3 for healthy cells. A well balanced  diet is the key.

One serving of allowed fruit a day is ok. After 2 weeks you  can add 1 serving a day of the allowed grains providing it  is as whole as possible with all the the hull in the food.

That sums up this report on the benefits of eating meat, its all in the fat folks. Eat meat that is raised the right way and you'll live a long and healthy life because of great
cellular health. But don't forget the veggies either.

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