8. Red Meat
Red meat, such as beef, pork, and lamb, is a primary source of proteins crucial to muscle and bone development and red blood cell production. Therefore, it’s essential to include it in your diet.
However, it has a health risk if consumed in high quantity.
According to a study published in the Journal of Renal Nutrition, each one-day-serving per day increase in total red meat and processed red meat was associated with a significant 15 percent and 28 percent increased chronic kidney disease risks.
When we consume red meat, our body metabolizes it from protein to acids. While the kidneys produce the substances to help the body remove the acids from our system, it becomes challenging for the kidneys to do that if the acids are present at high levels, which ends up harming the kidneys, leading to a condition called acidosis.