Also, meat isn't the main culprit of dick issues, grains are. I highly suggest watching the movie Fat Head and then ask yourself how a guy was able to eat fast food for a month - including meat - and still lose weight, feel great, and end up with better blood readings than he did before he started his experiment. Why did a Cardiologist write two books condemning wheat and grains ("Wheat Belly" and "Wheat Belly Total Health", by Dr William Davis)? Be careful what studies you read because there is a lot of error and assumption that can go into them.
How is it that, despite fat consumption in America being the lowest it has been in decades, obesity and chronic health issues are on the rise? What is one of the number one food items we consume? Grains. Coincidence? Perhaps, but why are the majority of our grandparents and great grandparents pictures showing them skinny despite them eating a higher percentage of fat? Obesity was less of an issue. Now, we are more sedentary than we have ever been and the seeds of grasses -something man was never able to properly eat- are our primary food source.
How did we live before the agricultural revolution? Before we became farmers? Wouldn't our species had died out if everyone started having dick issues in their 20s and 30s? And yes, the age is getting younger, despite the fact fat consumption is at its lowest.
Lastly, how did a chubby punk like me end up losing 50 pounds in a year without ever exercising and while eating all of the meat, eggs, and veggies I wanted?
Note: processed meats can be a health issue. Good quality meat from beef, poultry, fish, pork and other sources are what I refer to above. Notice a number of studies do not distinguish between processed and unprocessed foods.
Just some food for thought