April 28


What Happens to The Body When you Overeat Meat?

By Maria Gattuso

April 28, 2020

Overeat Meat

Meat is a food rich in protein and minerals that are beneficial to the body. However, overeating meat has many health effects.

The Body When you Overeat Meat

Dehydration: Research from the University of Connecticut (USA) shows that overeating meat makes the kidneys produce more concentrated urine, causing dehydration. Also, the increase in uric acid from protein processing in meat can make you more thirsty. This will affect the skin, increase appetite, and cause muscle cramps.

Body Odor

Body Odor: Red meats take a long time to digest. The longer the food goes down, the more toxins emit, which makes the body and breath smell bad. Research in the journal Chemical Senses shows that people who do not eat red meat less or have a better body odor than those who overeat meat.


Constipation: Meat does not provide enough fiber for the body, leading to constipation. Also, red meat is high in iron, which can make constipation last longer.


Headache, Fatigue: While the protein in meat takes a long time to digest, it will not be able to provide instant energy to the body. Therefore, the brain may be less active, causing fatigue, headaches for people who eat a lot of meat.

Weight Gain

Weight Gain: A diet high in protein can help you lose weight in the short term. However, in the long run, excess protein from meat is usually stored as fat, while excess amino acids for muscle building are eliminated. This means that when you overeat meat, they cause you to gain fat and lose muscle.

Eye Dark Circles

Eye Dark Circles: Improper digestion of meat can cause damage to the intestinal wall. The body has a special mechanism to counter these foreign cells. Dark circles under the eyes are one of the warning signs.

Maria Gattuso

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Hi There. I'm Maria Gattuso I hope that the community of Beauty Health - Fitness lovers will always support and let healthtipsyou.com accompany you in the long path of health training, or find the perfect version for your own body.

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