Why Do I Feel Worse When Eating Red Meat?

Why Do I Feel Worse When Eating Red Meat?

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so someone had a question they wanted to know why do I feel so terrible when I consume red meat so I’m going to talk about that there’s two main reasons one is you don’t have enough hydrochloric acid in your stomach to digest that protein and that’s very very common and it’s a simple solution get some betaine hydrochloride / apple cider vinegar you can get them in a pill and you start taking that and that should help you digest protein but many many people especially as they get older they lose the strength of this the acid in their stomach and they have a big problem digesting protein in general especially red meat ok that’s one reason the other reason is that you’re accumulating too much iron and iron is very toxic now iron is an essential trace mineral needed in small amounts but the problem is we have no mechanism to get rid of iron so it’s very very dangerous to take too much women who are menstruating each month usually do not have a problem with that because they can get rid of iron but men do have a problem with toxic iron so iron can accumulate in the organs and the liver can create all sorts of problems inflammation cirrhosis of the liver however in the beginning too much iron can give you a headache joint pain fatigue or insomnia so if you get these symptoms after you consume meat it could be you just have too much iron in your body so let me just kind of go through the two types of iron you have non heme iron and heme iron the non heme is like anything vegetable or plant or seafood or eggs even though the heme iron is certain meats as well as seafood so seafood has a combination of heme and non-heme and so does meat by the way but meat typically has more heme iron than most seafood and the non heme iron does not create as much of a problem as this type of iron so let’s just go through the food that has the most concentrated heme iron venison is number one next one is lamb next is beef pork not too bad pate that’s pork liver is five but take a look at this it’s only 16% heme and so it’s not as bad as some of these other ones right here chicken it’s point two in zero so that’s that’s pretty good muscles that’s pretty high four point six milligrams and 48% team so this could be a problem with iron however if you’re deficient in iron these are the foods that you want to consume muscles definitely ok salmon point six and seventy percent so salmon is not going to be the problem okay lobster one point six and forty percent keen and then shrimp is two point six milligrams and forty percent so mussels venison lamb beef those are the big ones right here now the other thing you have to be careful about especially if you’re not doing keto or intermittent fasting is the bread pasta cereal crackers biscuits that are enriched with iron they’re called fortified so anything with grains that is fortified is going to give you more iron and this is a very big problem so when you take calcium you can lower iron but really the best way to get iron out of your body is to donate blood and there’s some other ways you can reduce iron of course avoid not ones that are high in the list right here avoid supplements that have added iron like the center of silver and Geritol just loaded with the wrong type of iron and they’re not food based ok next thing is phytates phytates are in brand but you can get this as a supplement it’s called ip6 too concentrated phytate and phytates in grains block minerals especially iron so this can help reduce the amount of iron there’s also a key later EDTA you’d want to take this an empty stomach the problem is it takes that all the minerals so you may want to put back in the minerals that you want excluding the iron and I would also recommend taking a lot of food based and the oxidants slash food high in antioxidants like cruciferous vegetables this will not decrease iron but what it will do it will neutralize the free radical damage that’s created from the iron because iron is very oxidative it creates a lot of free radicals alright guys thanks for watching and check out this additional video I have an iron that gives you a little more data thanks for watching 

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Why Do I Feel Worse When Eating Red Meat?

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Someone recently asked me, “why do I feel worse when eating red meat?” Watch this short video as I explain the reason behind this problem.
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0:00 A question from a viewer
1:17 Symptoms of too much iron/red meat
1:28 The two types of iron
1:54 Non-heme vs. heme iron
3:26 How to reduce your iron
In this video, I want to talk about why you might feel bad after consuming red meat. There are actually two reasons you might have problems with red meat.
First, you may not have enough hydrochloric acid in your stomach to digest the protein. This is a common problem, and it’s easy to fix. All you need to do is to take some betaine hydrochloride and apple cider vinegar capsules. This will help increase your stomach’s acidity so you can properly digest red meat. Many people have this problem as they get older.
The second issue that you may be accumulating too much iron. While iron is essential for a healthy body, too much can be a problem. The thing is, our bodies don’t have a natural mechanism to get rid of iron. So if you have too much, you can develop some problems, including liver issues, headaches, joint pain, fatigue, and insomnia.
The two types of iron are heme iron and non-heme iron. Non-heme iron doesn’t cause as much of a problem as heme iron.
How to reduce iron:
• Give blood
• Avoid heme iron
• Avoid iron supplements
• Phytate (IP6)
• Antioxidants
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Thanks for watching. I hope this quick video helps you better understand why red meat can cause you to feel bad. Let me know in the comments below if this video helped you.

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