Not too much red meat in diet

According to a large-scale study, cutting down on red meat can help people to live longer lives as well as preventing heart disease and cancer . The conclusions of the study make it clear that an average daily limit of red meat for women should be 19 grams and men 25 grams.
High quantities of red meat and processed meat in the diet are known to increase the danger of developing cancer . Furthermore, red meat is often linked to high levels of cholesterol which can increase heart disease risk.
The study involved 500,000 American people aged between 50 and 71. Furthemore, the study proceeded over a 10 year period. The study was conducted by a research team at the National Cancer Institute in Maryland, America and published in the Archives of Internal Medicine .

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