People with high cholesterol
It is not recommended for people with high cholesterol to consume steak or hamburger on a daily basis.
People with Alpha-gal Syndrome
You may develop a red meat allergy if you have Alpha-gal Syndrome, which was transmitted to you by a Lone Star tick.
People with heart disease
Red meat consumption should be extremely restricted for those with heart disease.
People with advanced kidney disease
When your kidneys aren't working effectively, a high-protein diet may cause more harm than good.
People with one or more heart disease risk factors
If you are physically inactive and have one or more risk factors for heart disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or obesity.
People with family history of certain cancers
There is evidence linking regular eating of processed and red meat to an increased risk of colon cancer.
Regular eating of red meat has been associated to an increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and certain types of malignancies, as well as an increased risk of acquiring high cholesterol.
The meat may contain dangerous carcinogens that have been linked to an increased risk of cancer if you choose to grill it and it burns.
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