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Processed Meat Linked To Increased Risk Of Colorectal Cancer

A new study found that eating processed meat is associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer and for about a third of the general population who carry this genetic variant. 28 more words

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Fast Food Nation Chapter 7: Cogs in the Great Machine @profjsm #code71

In this chapter we learn about some of the slaughterhouse environments. Slaughterhouse management is very corrupt and horrid. The work environment is treated terribly, workers are constantly getting injured and supervisors are power-happy. 176 more words

Common gene variant increases risk of colorectal cancer from eating processed meat

A common genetic variant that affects one in three people appears to significantly increase the risk of colorectal cancer from the consumption of processed meat…The study of over 18,000 people from the U.S., Canada, Australia and Europe represents the first large-scale genome-wide analysis of genetic variants and dietary patterns that may help explain more of the risk factors for colorectal cancer.

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Top Tip No.3 for a healthy gut

Cut down on fat and processed meat

The problem with high fat, processed foods is that they cause havoc with our digestion and are very harmful towards our health in terms of cardiovascular disease and cancers.   634 more words

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'G' is for Graduate

Here’s a vlog entry expressively acting out the story of going from a student to a graduate. It’s not necessarily applicable to every graduate as we approached the subject from a few different angles! 74 more words

Reality check: Are cheeseburgers really as deadly as smoking?

TORONTO — Steak, cheeseburgers and milkshakes may be fighting for Public Enemy No. 1 status this week after a new study warned that meat and dairy are as deadly to our health as smoking 20 cigarettes a day. 599 more words

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Eating Red And Processed Meat Linked To Gut Cancer

Recent perspective paper in Meat Science cautions about uncertainties in scientific evidence

Recent reports warn about a link between eating red and processed meat and the risk of developing cancer in the gut. 23 more words

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