Its great to munch upon the juicy lamb or the crunchy chicken piece. If you love eating meat there is no need for you to be concerned about protein absorption in your body as meat is an excellent source of this nutrient. Protein-a nutrient essential for all biological processes in the human body doesn’t seem to act great when there is excess of it accumulated inside. The standard dietary allowance is 1 gram of protein for every 1 kilogram of a person’s body weight and anything above this can lead to simple as well as complicated side effects. While the vegetarians choose anything between dairy products, nuts, seeds, legumes and whole grains, for the non-vegetarian the primary source of protein is meat. But some people who consume meat have issues digesting it and this can lead to several health issues.
Best or Worst Fit
Not one diet fits all and while meat is packed with proteins that add goodness to your body there is no hard and fast rule that it works for all body types and metabolism. Some people experience typical signs of nausea, irregular bowel movements and abdominal pain indicating that a meat-rich diet doesn’t suit their body type. But there are some others whose body accepts meat readily and the only concern is that these people consume more than what their body could accept (general guideline suggests eating not more than 70g of protein daily) and its time to cut back on the animal protein. Obvious signs that you have consumed too much of meat include:
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Dietitian & Nutritionist Dr. Nafeesa Imteyaz.