Studies show that eating red meat on a regular basis may shorten your lifespan. The findings suggest that meat eaters might help improve their health by substituting other healthy protein sources for some of the red meat they eat.
"Despite overwhelming evidence of the potential health risks of red meat intake, it is important to note that red meat is full of nutrients.
Red meat is also high in heme-iron - which is absorbed better than plant-derived iron - vitamin B-6, selenium, and other vitamins and minerals.
Still, based on the evidence to date, public health guidelines recommend limiting red meat consumption.
When it comes to red meat intake, cancer is perhaps the most well-established health implication.
In October 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) published a report concluding that red meat is "probably carcinogenic to humans," meaning that there is some evidence that it can increase the risk of cancer.
Additionally, the WHO concluded that processed meats - defined as "meat that has been transformed through salting, curing, fermentation, smoking, or other processes to enhance flavor or improve preservation" - is "carcinogenic to humans," meaning that there is sufficient evidence that processed meat intake increases cancer risk." Click here for the rest of this article.
Research has shown that the traditional Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of heart disease.
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