The cyclical nature of the world has come back around on beef. Researchers at the American Cancer Society recently issued a report concluding that red and processed meats can dramatically increase a person's chances of developing colorectal cancers. A study of 150,000 adults found that those who ate large amounts of red meat (3 ounces for men, 2 ounces for women), were up to 40% more likely to develop such malignancies than those consuming fewer than 1.5 ounces. Processed meats didn't fare ...
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