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Essential Science: Renewed health risks around red meat

The specific substances that cause a build-up of plaque and which lead to arterial blockages have been identified by researchers. These substances cause an immune response which is linked to heart disease, and they derive from read meat.

Cancer risk from chemicals used to cure processed meats

A new study has added to the body evidence about cancer risks from certain chemicals used in the processed food industry. This time the focus is with chemicals used to cure processed meats.

Strips of pork belly linked to reduction of ‘normal’ sperm

The traditional breakfast meat that pairs well with eggs and hash browns has become a pop culture staple. Forget the bacon cheeseburger.

Study: L-carnitine in red meat, not fats, causes heart disease

Scientists say they have found that fats and cholesterol are not the main reason why red meat increases susceptibility to heart disease. According to scientists, a substance in red meat called L-carnitine is linked to the risk of heart disease.

Study: Regular consumption of red meat linked to premature death

A new study links eating red meat with chronic disease, cancer and early death. It found that reducing meat consumption to just 1.5 ounces per day could prevent one in ten early deaths in men.

Soccer: Red meat products off the menu at Forest Green Rovers

Nailsworth - For some English football fans, indulging in a meat pie, burger or hot dog is often more exciting than the action of the pitch. Unfortunately for fans of Forest Green Rovers, they no longer have the option of purchasing any red meat products.

Vegan owner of UK football club bans sale of red meat at stadium

Stroud - Director Dale Vince, owner of Forest Green Rovers, a football team in the Blue Square Premier league in the UK, has banned the sale of burgers, sausages and cottage pies at the stadium.

Study shows red meat increases risk of heart disease and cancer

Researchers from the U.S. National Cancer Institute claim those who consume a high amount of red or processed meat carry a high overall risk of death due to cancer and heart disease.
 

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