In my recent question on why cow meat isn't prohibited when there is a hadith saying "beware of cow meat, because it is a cause of sickness", the answer was that it is only forbidden when it harms you.
According to most scholars, eating too much meat is bad for the health (and harms). See for instance this article:
Last month the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) concluded red meat consumption was strongly linked to the development of colorectal cancer – the fourth most common cancer in the UK - and that by eating no more than 500 grams a week of cooked beef, lamb or pork we could considerably lower our risk.
Also relevant: "A poor diet is 'worse than smoking' for fatal illnesses".
- Research found poor diet accounts for 10.8 per cent of death and illness
- Experts say tobacco is responsible for 10.7 per cent of total illness
Having this in mind, would it be prohibited to eat meat every day? To make this less broad, by meat I mean red meat
(Considering the amount is higher than 500g per week)
Arguing that it for instance might differ from person to person how much he could eat without getting harmed, same argument could be used for smoking, but still no one wouldn't say smoking isn't prohibited.
I explain this because if one answers saying it's prohibited only if it harms you it will often be too late. Because when you actually notice that it has harmed you, then it's of course too late and would had been prohibited, but you wasn't aware of that.
It's known that the prophet didn't eat much meat at all, he is classed to have been a semi-vegetarian. There is the famous saying of Umar Ibn Al-Khattab; "beware of meat because it is addictive as wine".