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Nkeiru


100Level, Nigeria.
Eating red meat comes with so many health benefits including being a rich source of protein.
However, excessive consumption of it can be harmful to your body. There are several diseases linked with continued and heavy consumption of red meat.
Here are the diseases associated with red meat:
1. Stroke
A stroke is a medical emergency and it occurs when the flow of blood to the body organs particularly the brain is interrupted.
Obesity, heavy drinking and physical inactivity are among the risk factors that can attribute to the disease.
However, it is reported that red meat also causes the condition.
2. Cancer
It might sound incredible, however, cancer has also been linked to red meat. In most cases, poor lifestyle such as drinking alcohol and smoking causes cancer. On the hand, excessive consumption of the meat can make tumors to develop in your body.
3. Heart diseases
Red meat hardens the blood vessels hence making it difficult for blood to smoothly flow across the body.
Coronary artery, high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, varicose vein are among the heart diseases that can be caused by red meat.
4. Kidney diseases
Red meat has devastating effects on the kidney and a report indicates that red meat damages the kidney in one way or another.
5. Liver diseases
Apart from alcohol consumption, liver diseases can be brought about by excessive consumption of red meat
Source:hivisasa
3 Disease Linked To Heavy Consumption Of Red Meat - Health & Fitness

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