Drop the Steak or Die - March 24, 2009
Well, this is slightly terrifying. Curb your Big Mac-and-beer recession stress eating, because a new study of over 500,000 middle-aged and elderly adults now claims that eating red meat increases the risk of dying earlier. The detailed study claims those who ate more than four ounces of red meat a day possess a 30 percent higher chance of dying, particularly of heart disease and cancer, only 10 years later. Eating fish, chicken, or turkey, on the other hand, decreased the risk of death. I guess we just shouldn't eat our own species (mammals).

Read it at The Washington Post

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