Red Meat Linked To Diabetes

by Diabetes, Education

This health tip may not be welcome news for many people.  Eating processed or unprocessed red meat, daily, has been a part of the American diet for years.

New research suggests that the consumption of red meat over a four year period increases the risk of developing diabetes by 20 percent.  The risk can be lowered if the consumption of meat is decreased over a period of four years or longer.

The take home point is having more meatless meals may be a good idea.


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Thaddeus J. Bell, MD


I am Dr. Thaddeus John Bell, closing the gap in health disparities for African Americans and the underserved.

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