The birds that are loved by some people for their meat are not actually that good for you, says Dr. David Loughran, a veterinarian at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center.
The same goes for the kinds of animals that people are eating and how they are raised.
“These are not the kind of animals you want to eat,” Loughron told Mashable.
“They’re very, very different than the kind you would find in a meat-free diet.”
For some people, he said, chickens are a delicious snack.
But if you eat more than two chicken breasts a week, you’re putting your health at risk, and that could be worse than the actual disease.
“People are getting really sick,” he said.
For example, in a study published in the journal PLoS ONE, researchers examined the health of more than 1,300 Americans, aged 18 to 77, between 2007 and 2010.
They found that the number of people who said they ate at least one chicken a week had gone from 11.2% to 2.3%.
Some of the reasons were linked to stress and anxiety, but some were linked with food allergies.
“The more that people have been exposed to this type of food, the more likely they are to have some kind of reaction,” Laughlin said.
“I think that it’s a combination of these factors that lead people to be a bit more wary of this type, and to make it difficult to be able to do something about it.”
The Food and Drug Administration regulates chicken meat in the U.S. as a dietary ingredient.
That means the agency doesn’t have to monitor its use, but can recommend that people avoid it for a year.
So far, the agency has found that eating more than 2 chicken breasts per week in the past year led to a 22% increase in cases of coronavirus among people age 65 and older.
Laughlin also pointed out that a study of nearly 3,000 people over two years found that people who ate at most three or more chicken breasts in a week were twice as likely to have an adverse event than people who didn’t.
“It is very clear that the consumption of chicken is not good for health,” Lougran said.
He said that the USDA has issued a warning about how people should handle chicken meat, but that it has not provided guidelines for how people can avoid it.
“In the U, there is an ongoing debate about what constitutes a safe chicken meal, so we have not had a lot of guidance,” Laugren said.
Loughren added that he is not advocating people give up their meat, because chicken is a nutritious food that people should try to eat.
“Chicken is not going to kill you, and it is not a toxin,” he told Mashup.
“You don’t need to put your life at risk just because you eat a little bit of chicken.
It’s good for your body.”
What You Need to Know About Chicken to Avoid Illness What You Can Eat for Your Health Before You Start Eating Chicken and Other Meat Source Mashable article Loughrons advice comes at a time when people are looking to cut back on meat consumption in order to feel healthier.
“A lot of people are putting more emphasis on getting healthier eating more plant-based foods,” he added.
“That’s a great idea, but the truth is that it can be a lot more expensive.”
That’s why he recommends that people limit their meat consumption to one or two chicken servings a week.
“This is a way of reducing your meat consumption,” he advised.
And he says people should look for other health benefits of eating less meat.
“If you eat vegetables and fruits and grains, then you’re actually helping your body detoxify your body,” he explained.
But he said it’s not just the amount of vegetables and fruit that can help you detoxify, it’s the way they are grown.
“We’ve been feeding our children the wrong kind of food for a long time, and now we’ve been fed the wrong kinds of meat and processed foods for a lot longer,” he warned.
The Best Foods to Avoid in Your Diet: Chicken, Eggs, Fish, and Biscuits Source Mashup article To keep up with health trends, Mashup recommends that you visit the official website of the USDA to get the latest food information.
Also, Loughrens research suggests that people can get their food and health information from websites like Healthwise, HealthyDiet, and FoodLab.
These sites also have helpful tips and resources for avoiding common food allergies and chronic illnesses.
The Mayo Clinic recommends avoiding red meat, seafood, and poultry, and eating more vegetables and whole grains.
The U.K. National Health Service recommends that everyone have access to the following: eggs, milk, and cheese.
For more tips on how to get health information, see How to Get Healthy.