Eat as much as you can. Go by the science, not the prevailing nutritional political view established by George McGovern et al.johnseed wrote:what is the maximum amount of animal protein should one eat daily ? Is it a certain weight of meat or fish per kg of bodyweight?
Dietary supply of meat or animal products less milk 5 years before AD prevalence had the highest correlations with AD prevalence in this study. Thus, reducing meat consumption could significantly reduce the risk of AD
The most important dietary link to AD appears to be meat consumption, with eggs and high-fat dairy also contributing.
Plumster wrote:I would definitely err on the side of caution with meat. There are too many studies showing its deleterious effects on AD.
Diets high in grains, fruits, vegetables, and fish are associated with reduced risk of AD, but these factors cannot counter the effects of meat, eggs, and high-fat dairy.
BrianR wrote:You know there is no generally accepted correct answer for this question, right?
IMO, the "common wisdom" seems to center around no more than 3 oz (~85g) total weight for animal flesh. .
Diets high in grains, fruits ...
I know that there is no consensus on this question. I guess I was wondering what Dale Bredesen's flexitarian diet recommends? Is 3oz of animal protein the same as 3 oz of animal flesh? ie does 3 oz of flesh contain 3 oz of protein? Is all animal flesh, red meat, white meat, fish, shellfish etc the same from this perspective?
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