White is just as unsafe as red meat

Here’s the beef White meat has just as much cholesterol as red meat study says

Researchers claim there's just as much cholesterol in poultry as there is in beef

A new study reveals that no matter what type of meat you're eating, red or white, if you're consuming a lot it will still give you higher blood cholesterol levels than eating similar amounts of plant protein.

"Our results indicate that current advice to restrict red meat and not white meat should not be based only on their effects on blood cholesterol", Krauss added. If you love meat but have switched from beef to white meat to cut cholesterol, you may be wasting your time and taste buds.

The outcomes demonstrated that while members in the high-soaked fat gathering had more aggregate and LDL cholesterol levels than individuals in the low-immersed fat gathering, both red and white meat raised LDL levels, paying little heed to what amount immersed fat was in the eating routine.

So, participants eating a diet high in saturated fats had higher total and LDL cholesterol levels than those assigned to a diet low in saturated fat - no matter their source of protein.

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The American Heart Association says people should get just 5 to 6 percent of their calories from saturated fats and advises people to replace foods high in saturated fat with healthier options to lower blood cholesterol levels.

Professor Krauss, a senior scientist at Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI), California, said the meats studied did not include grass-fed beef or processed products such as bacon or sausage, or fish.

The researchers called the findings surprising, saying they had expected to find that red meat had a larger negative impact on blood cholesterol levels.

The study - dubbed Animal and Plant Protein and Cardiovascular Health trial - involved 113 people aged between 21 to 65 years-old.

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All participants cycled through all three diets, with each diet lasting four weeks. There are actually different kinds of LDL, characterised by the size of their particles. It has been widely believed that large particles do not contribute as much as small particles to atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) risk, but recent research suggests that both small and large bad cholesterol particles are associated with atherosclerosis. As this begins to build up in the arteries, the chance of suffering a stroke or heart attack increases significantly.

Red meat, a source of iron and vitamin B12, has become less popular due to concerns about heart disease and cancer.

But there had been no comprehensive comparison of the effects of red meat, white meat and non-meat proteins on blood cholesterol until now, according to the researchers.

Plant proteins had the healthiest impact on blood cholesterol, the study results showed.

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Still, since public health agencies have long recommended that people try to cut down on red meat and switch to white meat or vegetables as their major source of protein, this study's findings do carry some important implications.

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