I tried to help my MS cured with eating medium-rare steaks. After eating them for a period of time, I have not got outside infections from the steaks, but have got quite serious MS recurrences, neurons have got inflammations by my immune system attacks. The hospital saved my life.
Eating meat not well done can cause immune system much stronger. This is good for people who do not have immune system disease. But for people who have MS, such too strong immune system can also attack cells of the body because the immune system does not tell friends or enemies well.View Thread
I bought a food thermometer I bought beef, roast it with an electrical roaster, and measure the temperature of the beef about every 10 minutes. . [br>The problem is that the steaks just don't go above 60 degrees celsius although they are already roasted above medium below well done.View Thread
I am serious and I do have eaten rare steaks. The article you mentioned http://www.livestrong.com/article/488484-the-effects-of-eating-a-steak-rare/ says, 'Steaks should be cooked to a minimum of 145 degrees Fahrenheit at the center point or to medium-rare, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. ' I am to follow this rule for safe experiments with myself. According to this article you mentioned, the center of the steaks should be cooked above 63 degree celcius. This temperature is actually below what I meant to eat. I wanted to eat steak which center had been cooked above 100 degree celsius. Is rare-medium 40% cooked? There seems some problems about the mapping between the cooked center temperature of the steak and how to order at restaurant or how to cook it myself. I will try to ask the cooked center temperature at restaurant, but I don't know if I can get the lowest degree number until then. I will keep it safe with what I eat. You may have saved my life anyway.