Posted by Sherry C. on Sunday, February 8th, 2015
One of the basic principles of the Alzheimer’s diet and Alzheimer’s prevention is that what’s good for the heart is good for the brain. For example, the Alzheimer’s diet is based on the popular Mediterranean diet, found in many studies to support heart and brain health. In a recent study published by Harvard Health Publications, it’s been revealed that, as many experts have suspected for some time, eating red meat may not be heart healthy.
It’s been assumed for many years that the cholesterol and saturated fat found in red meat increases the risk for heart disease and perhaps even intensifying probabilities of cancerous tumors. So just what is it in red meat that may cause potential health risks?