Diets Prevention

New Study Says Red Meat is Safe, But Is It?

Amidst all the bad news we face almost daily were reports of a new study that gave men and women, at least the carnivore types, a reason to keep on living. The headlines were all variations of the following:

“New Study Finds Red Meat is Healthy, No Real Risks.”

Throughout the land, joyous meat-eating men and women put on their ketchup-concealing dark jeans and red gingham dresses and headed to the Outback Steakhouse, but was the impulse correct? Should they/we all be ordering the 20-ounce T-Bones or Teriyaki Filet Medallions, maybe starting with a Bloomin’ Onion, with dietary impunity?

What Exactly Did This New Study Say?

Researchers at the University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) have permanently arched eyebrows, like Trekkies doing some Spock cosplay at a Star Trek Convention. Read more…

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