Red meat consumption and healthy ageing: A review

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URLhttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0378512215300785

Journal: Maturitas

 Publication Date: 02/2016

Summary: Review of relationship of meat intake and ageing. Despite warnings by the WHO against meat intake, there is not sufficient evidence linking meat intake, especially fresh meat intake to negative health outcomes

Key Takeaways

Meat, especially when fresh, does not lead to negative health outcomes

Stop Blaming Meat!

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