No more hamburgers… or T-bone steaks… and you might as well throw that porterhouse straight in the trash.
If mainstream medicine had its way, every cow in America would die of old age.
How else do you explain all of the CRAZY advice on red meat over the years?
So-called health experts… and even our government… have bent over backwards trying to convince you that eating some rib-eye will cause everything from heart disease to cancer.
And it’s all garbage.
But this latest research may take the cake.
A new study is trying to scare you off of red meat for the rest of your life.
But this research has an ugly secret you were NEVER supposed to know about it — and it could land you in an early grave.
I nearly fell off of my chair.
A new study from the Cleveland Clinic is trying to link red meat to heart disease… again.
They’re claiming that people who eat red meat produce more of a chemical called TMAO which could… maybe… possibly… raise your risk of heart problems.
But while these scientists were trying to frighten you away from eating cow, I smelled a rat.
After all, a study on the Mediterranean diet out of Purdue University earlier this year found that eating lean red meat does NOT raise your heart disease risk.
And two MAJOR, separate studies… one with 1.2 million people and one with 450,000… found that red meat doesn’t make you more likely to suffer from heart problems, diabetes, or early death.
So how could this latest research reach the exact OPPOSITE conclusion?
And then I found it…
It turns out that these Cleveland Clinic folks… surprise, surprise… are working on developing drugs to lower your TMAO levels.
And it’ll be tough to sell these new meds unless you scare everyone’s pants off about TMAO first.
It looks like this study is the first step toward pushing a new class of prescription drugs… nothing more.
But here are the FACTS on red meat…
It’s one of the most nutritious foods on the planet, loaded with B vitamins, iron, zinc, selenium, and protein.
And protein is absolutely essential for keeping your muscles in good working order as you age.
As far as I’m concerned, you can pass the A.1 Sauce… and toss this new study in the trash.
Keep red meat on your menu. Your body will thank you.