Inside The Mirror

Red Meat is under attack. 🥩

November 15, 2023 Kyle David Episode 163
Red Meat is under attack. 🥩
Inside The Mirror
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Inside The Mirror
Red Meat is under attack. 🥩
Nov 15, 2023 Episode 163
Kyle David

Hey friends, hope you're all healthy and well!

This week I am coming in HOT with an episode on red meat and some of my thoughts on why red meat is under such attack in the US.

Although it’s one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet, for some reason recently red meat has been more and more demonized, 
although we know for a fact it is one of the most nutritious foods humans can consume. 

We’ve been eating it for 1,000’s of years all over the world and it has sustained life and allowed humans to thrive.

The recent Harvard study that says red meat can be “associated” with higher risk of diabetes is straight propaganda. 

That’s a perfect example of correlation not causation.

Keep in mind a large # of those people in the study, smoked, 
had a diet full of ultra processed foods, 
and were sedentary, 
just to name a few of their other health related issues that ACTUALLY lead to diabetes. 

Here are some of the nutrients we get from red meat:

Protein - needed to grow and repair cells and keep your body working regularly.

Iron - necessary for transportation of oxygen in the blood

Zinc - critical for immune function, wound and sickness healing and DNA synthesis

B12 - essential for nerve function and production of red blood cells

Selenium: an antioxidant mineral that plays a role in protecting cells from damage.

Phosphorus: important for bone health, energy metabolism, and the synthesis of DNA.

Creatine: plays a role in energy production, brain health and muscle repair 

Vitamin A: essential for vision, immune function, and skin health.

Vitamin D: important for bone health, immune function, and overall well-being.

Magnesium: involved in many physiological processes, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, bone health.

Potassium: an electrolyte that helps regulate fluid balance, muscle contractions, and nerve signals.


The “experts” agree that these are good things so why would red meat then be bad if it contains them? Doesn’t make logical sense. 

Don’t listen to the propaganda.

If mainstream institutions are telling you what to do with your health, you should most likely do the opposite.

Eat red meat, exercise and don’t trust the government or the higher education indoctrination institutions.

Stay safe out there 😎🤝 

Follow me on 
IG: instagram.com/kyle.david___

or 

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/kyle-crabtree-89115a183/

Show Notes

Hey friends, hope you're all healthy and well!

This week I am coming in HOT with an episode on red meat and some of my thoughts on why red meat is under such attack in the US.

Although it’s one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet, for some reason recently red meat has been more and more demonized, 
although we know for a fact it is one of the most nutritious foods humans can consume. 

We’ve been eating it for 1,000’s of years all over the world and it has sustained life and allowed humans to thrive.

The recent Harvard study that says red meat can be “associated” with higher risk of diabetes is straight propaganda. 

That’s a perfect example of correlation not causation.

Keep in mind a large # of those people in the study, smoked, 
had a diet full of ultra processed foods, 
and were sedentary, 
just to name a few of their other health related issues that ACTUALLY lead to diabetes. 

Here are some of the nutrients we get from red meat:

Protein - needed to grow and repair cells and keep your body working regularly.

Iron - necessary for transportation of oxygen in the blood

Zinc - critical for immune function, wound and sickness healing and DNA synthesis

B12 - essential for nerve function and production of red blood cells

Selenium: an antioxidant mineral that plays a role in protecting cells from damage.

Phosphorus: important for bone health, energy metabolism, and the synthesis of DNA.

Creatine: plays a role in energy production, brain health and muscle repair 

Vitamin A: essential for vision, immune function, and skin health.

Vitamin D: important for bone health, immune function, and overall well-being.

Magnesium: involved in many physiological processes, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, bone health.

Potassium: an electrolyte that helps regulate fluid balance, muscle contractions, and nerve signals.


The “experts” agree that these are good things so why would red meat then be bad if it contains them? Doesn’t make logical sense. 

Don’t listen to the propaganda.

If mainstream institutions are telling you what to do with your health, you should most likely do the opposite.

Eat red meat, exercise and don’t trust the government or the higher education indoctrination institutions.

Stay safe out there 😎🤝 

Follow me on 
IG: instagram.com/kyle.david___

or 

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/kyle-crabtree-89115a183/