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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.
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).
Free-living persons can effectively incorporate lean red meats into their diet on a long- term basis, without compromising the lipid-lowering benefits of the diet," the study authors concluded.
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.
The market faces a number of challenges, most notably around the supply of organic red meat and high quality, domestically produced meat.
Eating less red meat and more low-fat dairy seems to protect only against premenopausal breast cancer.
If Americans used this new approach to prepare one-third of the red meat they currently consume, "it would lower the [total U.
Meanwhile, 55 percent of surveyed adults had red meat, and 49 percent of males and 37 percent of females ate at least one serving of a breakfast meat or lunch meat.
The red meats are higher in iron, but poultry's not a bad source (eight percent of the Daily Value).
Of course, you've got to trim every speck of fat off the red meats for that to be true.
The 22 experts from 10 countries, convened by the IARC Monographs Programme, classi-fied the consumption of red meat as "probably carcinogenic to humans", based on limited evidence that the consumption of red meat causes cancer in humans and "strong mechanistic evidence supporting a carcinogenic effect".
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