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Eating Red Meat Every Day Raises Risk of Early Death

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Eating Red Meat Every Day Raises Risk of Early Death

Eating Red Meat Every Day Raises Risk of Early Death

Eating Red Meat Every Day Raises Risk of Early Death Meat-lovers: beware.

A new study finds that eating just 200 grams of red meat a day dramatically raises your risk of heart disease and early death.

200 grams is equivalent to 6 pieces of bacon, 3 sausages or 7 ounces of steak.

The University of Eastern Finland study found that men who ate more than 200g of meat per day were 23% more likely to die in the next 20 years.

Those who had less than 100g, or 3.5oz, did not face this risk.

The American Institute of Cancer Research recommends a maximum of 510g, or 18oz, of red meat per week, or just 2.5 oz per day.

Eating too much red meat is especially dangerous for those with type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular conditions and cancer.

Similar health risks were not found in other animal proteins, such as eggs, chicken and fish.

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