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emoticon This Is Your Body On Red Meat:
Experts dish on the effects of eating red meat every day and how it can impact on your health long term.
So, how much red meat should you really eat?
While studies over the years have shown a link between heavy red meat diets and coronary heart disease, stroke, colorectal cancer and diabetes, further research shows that reducing red meat intake even slightly can have a big payoff.
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emoticon 9 Meat Myths Nutritionists Wish You’d Stop Believing:
White meat isn't always healthier than red meat. Surprised? Keep reading.
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With this liver cirrhosis situation I find the veggies agree with me more than meats... just need to figure out how to balance it for complete protein...

She girds herself with strength, And strengthens her arms.
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Most meat eaters support plant-based diets, study finds

Most meat eaters support the principles of plant-based eating, according to a new study published in the journal Sustainability.

One in six said they planned to reduce their consumption in the next month, and 14% intended to reduce their consumption of animal products. The study also found 73% of meat eaters considered plant-based diets to be ethical, 70% said it was good for the environment and half considered it healthy.

In contrast, more than 80% said adopting a plant-based diet isn’t easy. Nearly the same amount said it was inconvenient, and 60% thought it was not enjoyable. Attitudes toward vegetarianism were significantly more positive than attitudes towards veganism, the study found.

Practical barriers such as taste, price and convenience remain the biggest roadblocks to adoption. Many of these barriers already have changed since the study was conducted in September 2018.

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