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meat that is dark in color before cooking (as beef, venison, lamb, mutton)

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Red meat is also "probably" carcinogenic, with associations mainly with bowel cancer, but also with pancreatic cancer and prostate cancer, according to a World Health Organisation (WHO) report.
And poultry has better fats than red meats, so it's not surprising that it looks better.
At the end of the day, grass-fed red meats are leaner and contain proportionally more of many important nutrients that relate to good health.
Eating too much red meat has long been associated with many health problems, including heart disease, diabetes and obesity.
Researchers developed an extensive questionnaire on red meat consumption, cooking techniques, and level of doneness, and used it in a study of colorectal adenomas (precursors of colorectal cancer).
Knight of the Agriculture Department said that the agency will move as quickly as possible to issue rules so irradiation of red meats can proceed.
A new study of 14,916 male physicians links eating red meat to prostate cancer.
Men who regularly eat processed red meats may increase their risk of heart failure or death from the disease, suggests a study published online June 12 in Circulation: Heart Failure.
But not wishing to eschew red meats altogether, this kitchen chemist set to work concocting a simple way to extract their deleterious lipids.
The researchers identified serving sizes as 3 ounces of unprocessed red meat (beef, pork, or lamb) and, for processed red meats, two slices of bacon, one hot dog, or one piece of sausage, salami, bologna, or other processed red meats.
Of course, you've got to carefully trim all the fat off the red meats for that to be true.
They also recommend minimizing consumption of fat, red meats and sal-cured, nitrite-cured, smoke or picked foods -- including bacon and lunch meats.
Of course, you've got to trim every speck of fat off the red meats for that to be true.
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