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  • Kangaroo meat and L-carnitine

    I love kangaroo meat.
    Has a strong flavour that many don't like but I do.
    I usually put it into a salad to take to work.
    Also makes the best biltong.

    Not bred or farmed in the traditional sense and easily available in Australian stupermarkets.
    How paleo/primal can you get?

    Now this:
    Kangaroo meat not as healthy as you think

    Is this just another silly study or does carnitine (through creating trimethylamine N-oxide in the gut) really damage the arteries?

    I am not going to stop eating kangaroo because of this but I would like to know.

    Cheers

  • #2
    They're already working on the basis that dietary cholesterol and red meat causes heart disease. Already false so I doubt anything else they mention is very accurate ...

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    • #3
      The subject already got a thorough thrashing here:

      http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread82697.html

      Not specifically about kanga but red meat in general in re L-carnitine.

      p.s. send us poor Yanks some roo please.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Paleobird View Post
        The subject already got a thorough thrashing here:

        http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread82697.html

        Not specifically about kanga but red meat in general in re L-carnitine.

        p.s. send us poor Yanks some roo please.
        Awesome, perfect. Thanks Paleobird!

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