Red Meat

Green-med Diet Seems To Slow Age-related Neurodegeneration, Study Finds

A green Mediterranean diet, high in polyphenols and low in red and processed meat, seems to slow age-related brain atrophy, according to a new study. The DIRECT PLUS 18-month long randomized control trial among approximately 300 participants is one...
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Science Reveals How Red Meat Harms The Heart

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 29, 2021 -- Red-meat lovers may raise their risk of heart disease through a chain of events that plays out in the gut, a new study suggests. Many studies over the years have tied diets heavy in red and processed meats to a...
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Medical Research

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Eating Less Red Meat Is Something Individuals Can Do To Help The Climate Crisis

Our climate problem is big, but a person’s diet change can make an impact -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Vegetable Fat May Decrease Stroke Risk, While Animal Fat Increases It

Eating higher total amounts of red meat, processed red meat and non-dairy animal fat increased the risk of stroke, while consuming more vegetable fat or polyunsaturated fat lowered it, according to preliminary research to be presented at the...
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How To Find Small Grass-fed, Ethical Beef Producers

The War on Meat has begun. Every day, new missives come out against meat for its supposed impact on human health, the climate, the environment. Lone Star ticks across the country are triggering red meat allergies, hot new companies are making meat...
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Changing Diets Mean More Americans Are Anemic Now

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 4, 2021 -- Growing numbers of Americans aren't getting enough iron in their diets most likely due to changes in farming practices and a shift away from red meat, researchers report. The upshot: Rates of iron-deficiency anemia are...
Related topics: Anemia, Iron Deficiency, Medical Research

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Diane Warren Saved One Of The Cows That Escaped From The Slaughterhouse

I’m not a vegetarian or pescatarian and before I became allergic to red meat (from a tick bite) I would eat steak and burgers. However this story is still getting me a little choked up. You probably heard about the 40 cows who escaped from a...
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Red Meat Consumption May Promote Dna Damage-assoc. Mutation In Colorectal Cancer Patients

Genetic mutations indicative of DNA damage were associated with high red meat consumption and increased cancer-related mortality in patients with colorectal cancer.
Related topics: DNA, Genetics, Colon Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Cancer, Oncology

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One Bite From This Tick Could Ruin Red Meat For The Rest Of Your Life

A single bite from a lone star tick could cause hives, shortness of breath, or even death. It's not something they were born with, it's something their body was taught to reject, by an uninvited little wilderness hitchhiker. See more stories...

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Too Much Red Meat Might Harm Your Heart

TUESDAY, April 20, 2021 -- If you've ever scoffed at warnings that too much red or processed meat is bad for the heart while oily fish is good for you, there's now some visual evidence to support that advice. British researchers used heart imaging...
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Higher Red Meat Intake Tied To Worse Imaging Measures Of Cv Health

MONDAY, April 19, 2021 -- Greater intake of red and processed meat is associated with worse imaging measures of cardiovascular health, including adverse ventricular remodeling, poorer cardiac function, and higher arterial stiffness, according to a...
Related topics: Cardiology, Arterial Stiffness

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Latest Study On Red Meat Has Bad News For People Who Love Steak

Warm days have arrived in many places and with that comes outdoor grilling — a habit that often involves burgers and steaks, at least in the US. It’s no secret that red meat has been linked to a reduction in heart health, but past...
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Consuming Processed Meat Regularly May Up Cvd, Mortality Risk

MONDAY, April 5, 2021 -- Consumption of processed red meat, but not unprocessed red meat, is associated with cardiovascular disease (CVD) and death, according to a study published online March 31 in the American Journal of Clinical...
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How Does Processed And Red Meat Cause Cancer And How Much Matters?

This post was first published in 2019, but has been reviewed and updated in March 2021. It’s not new news that processed and red meat are linked to bowel cancer. But in 2019, Cancer Research UK scientists took a closer look at how much meat might...
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Is Red Meat Bad For Your Heart?

Drs Kopecky and Lopez-Jimenez discuss the research on health effects of eating processed and unprocessed meat in the wake of a controversial guideline. Mayo Clinic
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Industry-funded Study Of The Week: Meat And Metabolism

I’ve been collecting items about meat.  This is a good week to post them, starting with this. The study:  Effects of Total Red Meat Intake on Glycemic Control and Inflammatory Biomarkers: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials....
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If You Quit Eating Red Meat, You Could Reap These Benefits

If you're looking to make your diet more healthy, there are lots of changes you could make, including cutting out red meat in favor of white meat. Health Digest has put together a robust list of health benefits of ditching red meat. It's important...
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Frankenswine: Hypoallergenic Pigs Win Fda Nod

(MedPage Today) -- Barbecue can return to the menu for individuals with "alpha-gal" syndrome -- severe allergic reactions to the alpha-galactose saccharide found in red meat -- with FDA approval Monday of pigs engineered to lack an enzyme...
Related topics: Allergies, Food And Drug Administration, Enzymes

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People Recovered From Covid Are Noticing Their Hair And Teeth Falling Out

My hair has been falling out like crazy and it’s stressing me out. I have no idea what’s causing it, but I’m 47 and I’ve heard this happens around menopause. I also got alpha gal syndrome, which is a red meat allergy caused by a tick bite,...
Related topics: Menopause, Allergies

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Green Mediterranean Diet May Be Even Healthier

TUESDAY, Dec. 1, 2020 -- A green Mediterranean diet, containing even more plant matter and very little red meat or poultry, may be even better for cardiometabolic health than the traditional Mediterranean diet, according to a study published...
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