Burgers Can Cause Cardiovascular Disease
Scientists have linked eating hamburger to people’s risk for heart disease. Your gut microbes break down a compound found in the meat known as carnitine, which in turn produces trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO). TMAO has been associated with atherosclerosis, the fat build-up in your arteries which can cause a heart attack.
Eating Burgers Increase Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease
Reearchers found that elements in meat called Tau and beta-amyloid accumulate in the brain and either disrupt nerve cells or kill them — and this can lead to development of Alzheimer’s disease.