Health Tip: Effects of Too Much Protein
-- In recent years, high-protein diets have surged in popularity. Though protein is essential for life, too much protein can be a problem, says Harvard Medical School.
Getting too much protein is associated with:
- High cholesterol.
- Increased cancer risk.
- Kidney disease and kidney stones.
- Weight gain.
- Constipation or diarrhea.
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Posted: May 2019
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