Reversal of Health Verdict on Red Meat

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Research aside, I generally feel better eating a handful of meat, during the week’s time, rather than a portion at every meal.
 

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For what it's worth, most of the time I eat meat, it's of the winged variety. But I love the occasional steak or a ground beef dish. Tacos are better that way.
 

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Everything in moderation. Except for poison.
 
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I do eat meat, in fact I have a weakness for certain kinds - but do remember that there are more reasons than just personal health for reducing the amount of meat you eat overall!
 
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I do eat meat, in fact I have a weakness for certain kinds - but do remember that there are more reasons than just personal health for reducing the amount of meat you eat overall!
It's true. I read one person write that was a vegetarian. He said the reason was not that he loved animals. It was because he hated plants.
 

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Already they have been met with fierce criticism by public health researchers. The American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and other groups have savaged the findings and the journal that published them.
I think the consensus is still that it's bad for you. The media loves to report outlier findings when they say what people want to hear. People WANT to hear meat isn't bad for you.

I follow nutritional research very closely, and a number of studies like this ended up being funded by food producers with agendas. Kind of like how Coke funded the one study that said high fructose corn syrup isn't that bad and McDonald's has funded studies saying fast food doesn't make that big of an impact.
 
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