It’s been scientifically proved now that too much red meat and too few fruit and vegetables increases your body’s “biological age”.
Research led by the University of Glasgow found a moderate increase in serum phosphate levels caused by red meat consumption, combined with a poor overall diet, increases biological age in contrast to chronological years of age. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
Researchers, who looked at participants from the most deprived to the least deprived in the NHS Greater Glasgow Health Board area, also found that deprived males were the worst affected.
Data from the study suggests accelerated biological ageing, and dietary-derived phosphate levels among the most deprived males, were directly related to the frequency of red meat consumption.
Researchers believe excess red meat particularly affects this group because of their poor diet and “sub-optimal fruit and vegetable intake”.
The data in this study provides evidence for a mechanistic link between high intake of phosphate and age-related morbidities tied to socio-economic status. Observations indicate elevated red meat consumption has adverse effects amongst deprived males, who already have a poor diet and eat less fruit and vegetables than recommended.
Phosphate is naturally present in basic foodstuffs, including meats, fish, eggs, dairy products and vegetables. Intestinal absorption of naturally occurring phosphate is minimally regulated, as absorption is efficient, hence high supplementation results in markedly elevated levels of serum phosphate, which can have adverse health consequences.
Indeed high phosphate levels, as a consequence of dietary intake, have already been linked to higher all-cause and cardiovascular mortality risk, premature vascular ageing and kidney disease.