Legend has it that you make a challenging journey to Fogo de Chão, where you can successfully mow meat with three skewers. You would sit well with your pride and full belly if you did not perspire as if you had met your PB in a late June 5K. All the meat can not make you sweat. It can? Meat Sweat is not really actual . Are you? Science says yes.
"Sweating is a physical reaction that some people experience after consuming large amounts of protein-rich foods," says Verona Somarriba, MS, RDN, clinical nutrition coordinator at the Department of General Surgery, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai ,
What is behind these meat swatters?
There are several things in your body that cause this protein sweat.
"It's a cascade effect that activates multiple systems in the body, resulting in excessive sweating," says Somarriba. "Eating is a complex process that affects the brain, mouth, salivary glands, esophagus, digestive tract muscles, stomach, pancreas, gall bladder, and liver." This process requires energy and the type of food that is consumed Body needs a lot of energy to break it down ̵