Red Meat

September 04, 2014

There are a lot of reasons to reduce or eliminate red meat from your diet. It's just not good for you!  Extensive research has shown that a high fat diet -- especially one with a lot of red meat -- increases a person's risk of developing colon cancer and it's worse for those who are already battling the disease. A recent study followed more than one thousand colon cancer survivors. Researchers found those who ate red meat and fatty foods are more than three times more likely to suffer a recurrence or die from colon cancer. Skip the red meat and load up on fish, and vegetables, which are known to cancer-fighters!

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