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In the world today there are many places to choose from to get a hot meal, or you can choose to go to a local store and pick your choice out of a variety of meats. Whichever it is, we must remember that the choice of meats we choose to indulge in plays a role in our health and lifestyle. Most know of the quote “you are what you eat” and there is truth to the statement. The qualities of what you consume will be the qualities you display in life, but that’s for another time. For now we will focus on a few meats that are good for you and a few that are bad for you, so you can make the decision count.
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Traditionally, for a barbecue or just any type of gathering you can expect to see one of these three on the menu. Pork, shrimp or crab. That’s mainly because these are easy to get and viewed as a delicacy, but after looking at the qualities of these animals they might not no longer be a desired meal of your choice.
Pork is now a common food among people whether in the form of ribs, pepperoni, bacon, hotdogs, ham, etc., it is consumed in most daily eating. But do they truly have an understanding of what they are eating? Here’s a look on the animal that is used for these items, the pig. The pig is a bottom feeder and gluttonous (doesn’t know when to stop eating). Known for eating scraps on farms, garbage, feces and even decaying flesh. The diet of the pig is the reason why it carries over 30 diseases, such as, parasites, bacteria’s, viruses and toxins. Which all absorbs in the fat of the pig and is transferred to our bodies when we consume it. There is no safe temperature that it can be cooked to surely know that all parasites will be killed.
When it comes to shrimp and crab, it is held at a high standard and even are considered luxury dishes. Such as crab stuffed lobster tail and shrimp scampi. It has been known that the meat of shellfish is dangerous and causes many illnesses, such as instant paralysis from eating the shellfish. All shellfish are bottom feeders, they can be placed in water full of bacteria and they will purify the water. This is how harmful bacteria, parasites and viruses become concentrated in shellfish. For instance, the shrimps sweep the ocean floor eating all kinds of dead animals and the crabs are like vacuums eating anything it comes across. The diet of the shellfish is the reason why it is one of the main causing foods for allergies because of the toxins that it consumes.
In contrast to theses hazardous meats, there are good healthy choices of meat. With the right nutrition and diet all of these parasites, diseases, sickness will disappear and will boost your health. When it comes to lamb, beef and turkey, these are good choices seeing that their diet consists of being grass fed. With them being grass fed they are well equipped with nutritional benefits.
What’s beef? Beef is meat that comes from cattle, for example a cow, ox or bull. It is packed with nutritional benefits and only a small portion is needed. It can contain up to 28 grams of protein and sufficient iron for the body in one of the lean beef portions. Protein and iron deficiency aren’t the only benefits of beef but it gives the body good energy, healthy teeth and bones, also helps maintain muscle and growth. Lamb is a sheep in its first year. It is a red meat that has iron-rich protein, rich in vitamins and essential minerals good for health. It contains B Vitamins that are beneficial, like vitamin B12 which is good for the skin, and others that help burn calories and fat. Certain elements that’s in the lamb, when consumed is good for preventing cancers in our organs. Turkey even though it’s a bird has a lot of similarities to the lamb with its nutritional benefits having a source of B vitamins, source of protein, being good for skin health and helps towards weight loss. It also strengthens your immune system playing a role of eliminating cancer in the body and boosts metabolism.
Now with information on both sides the good and bad, we here at The WAV hope we have been a help to you in your healthy lifestyle decision making, riding a higher frequency.