Current Event - Cutting back on Red meat

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Current Event Cutting Back on Red Meat Helps the Heart Julie Hong Professor Harrison HE 101 Personal and Community Health MWF 11 – 12:15
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There has been a lot of speculation about the negative effects of eating too much red meat, it could lead to many negative health factors; heart disease, high cholesterol, atherosclerosis, obesity, and increase the chance of cancer. The speculation is widely published but people are just not paying attention to all of this. Recent study shows that limiting the intake of red meat decreases one’s chance of health issues such as getting heart attack. Red meat provides iron, protein, vitamins and the satisfaction of our taste buds, but moderation is key. There is a lot of saturated fat, irons, and minerals in red meat that causes the many health problems. Eating red meat for one meal of the day can be a beneficial factor to the taste buds and the body, but over eating too much red meat increases the chances of heart disease. Research shows that women, who decrease or
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