The Genetic Benefits of Eating Beef

On July 14, 2017 by Physical Culturist

By: Carl Lanore, Super Human Radio

Patrik Dahlin appeared on Super Human Radio last week and discussed a meta-analysis he authored comparing the health outcomes from adherence to a vegan/vegetarian diet –vs- an omnivorous diet (that entire interview can be heard here). Many shocking things came from that discussion. The meta-analysis included over a quarter of a million human subjects.

It is clear that the vegan/vegetarians of the world do not fare any better, and, in many cases, worse than their meat-eating brethren when it comes to health and longevity outcomes. Sorry it’s just the truth.

What was more shocking was what was revealed at the end of the interview about the potential genetic benefits of eating beef. There’s a new one for you. Something GOOD actually attributed to eating beef. Please don’t tell Beyoncé and Jay Z.

This 6 minute video below focuses specifically on this information. How eating beef effects your telomeres. Yep… those darn telomeres. Longer ones are associated with beter aging and longevity. The whole world is all about keeping telomeres long these days. If you’re one of those people.. You’ll either enjoy this interview or hate it some much you’ll want to scream. Just depends on whether or not you eat beef.

And as promised here’s the White Paper


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    […] My meat of choice was red meat in the form of lean ground beef and sirloin steak. I chose red meat because the fat content delayed digestion time, keeping me fuller throughout the day. If I had chosen fish or chicken breast, I would have been hungry soon after eating my meals, causing me to overeat. I could always add some avocado to my white meat, but I wanted to keep my diet as simple as possible, so I leaned towards red meat because it already contained naturally-occuring fats, allowing me to minimize my shopping list. Also, red meat just tastes better and it’s good for you (yes that’s right, red meat is good for you… look it up!). […]

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