The Real Culprit?

Red meat doesn't get much love from the medical community these days, but new research from an influential source is standing behind it. The Harvard School of Public Health, in a study published in May, found that the risk for heart disease and other maladies commonly linked to red meats may actually come from processed options like sausage, hot dogs and bacon. People who consumed 2 ounces of processed

Red meat doesn't get much love from the medical community these days, but new research from an influential source is standing behind it. The Harvard School of Public Health, in a study published in May, found that the risk for heart disease and other maladies commonly linked to red meats may actually come from processed options like sausage, hot dogs and bacon. People who consumed 2 ounces of processed meat daily had a 42% greater chance of contracting heart disease and a 19% greater chance o

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