Consumption of red meat in the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of developing multiple sclerosis.
To such conclusion scientists from the University kertina and the Australian national University. They conducted a study that involved 840 people, writes the Chronicle.info with reference to obozrevatel.com.
The goal was finding a connection between the Mediterranean diet that includes raw meat (lamb, beef and pork), and a lower risk of initial stage of demyelination of the Central nervous system prior to multiple sclerosis.
It turned out that eating 65 grams of meat per day can slow down the development of the disease.
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Researchers believe that this is due to the presence of micro – and macronutrients, including protein, iron, zinc, selenium, potassium, vitamin D and b vitamins, some of whom participate in ensuring the normal functioning of the nervous system.