Red meat consumption: An overview of the risks and benefits

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URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0309174009002514

Journal: Meat Science

Publication Date: 01/2010

Summary: moderate consumption of lean red meat as part of a balanced diet is unlikely to increase risk for CVD or colon cancer, but may positively influence nutrient intakes and fatty acid profiles, thereby impacting positively on long-term health.

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Moderate intake of lean red meat is associated with overall better health and will not increase your risk for heart disease or colon cancer.

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