Red meat in the diet

@inproceedings{Williamson2005RedMI,
  title={Red meat in the diet},
  author={Conrad Williamson and R. K. Foster and S. A. Stanner and Judith L Buttriss},
  year={2005}
}
Much of the evidence presented in this paper is based on epidemiological studies investigating associations between meat intake and health/disease outcomes. Not all studies define what is meant by meat and, where definitions are offered, they are not always the same, which can make comparisons between studies difficult. Some studies include poultry under the definition of meat, while others exclude it; some look at total meat consumption (including red meat and processed meat), while others… CONTINUE READING

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