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CHICAGO, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As January continues, many consumers continue to forge ahead with healthy eating habits as part of new year resolutions.
Researchers say they have discovered an interaction that could explain the link between eating meat and colorectal cancer risk.
America's love affair with bacon is pretty significant and most people agree this salty, fatty, addictive meat and anything wrapped in it can do no wrong. However, a new piece of evidence suggests the pork product, as well as other salty processed meats, may actually harm fertility.
As a result of the economy, consumers have scaled back the quality and quantity of meat purchased, while adverse health effects associated with red meat consumption have driven some consumers
The Meat, Beef and Poultry Processing industry, a large portion of Canada's food processing sector in terms of both exports and employment, has seen declines in recent years due to decreased
A new study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine has drawn an association between red meat consumption and Type-2 diabetes. This is hardly the first time red meat has been accused of increasing a person’s risk of Type-2 diabetes, but what makes this study different from the rest is its size.
Red meat has often been flagged as a cardiovascular risk because of its fat and cholesterol content, but a new study published online this week in the journal Nature Medicine has uncovered a lesser known health risk associated with hamburgers and steaks.
According to the aging crooner Morrissey, “meat is murder,” yet a new study in the journal BMC Medicine suggests the eating too much meat may also be suicide.
A new study has found specific diets, not just counting calories, can be just as effective when it comes to cutting the risk of stroke.
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