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Red meat consumption does not affect lipid-lipoproteins, blood pressures
 

Red meat consumption does not affect lipid-lipoproteins, blood pressures

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Eating ≥0.5 servings of total red meat per day has no effect over blood lipids and lipoproteins or blood pressures, according to the results of a systematically searched meta-analysis.
 
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15 Jan 2017 - General
 
Almost everybody loves eating res meat. Though it is high in saturated fats and often linked with health problems, no one can stop people from eating various foods. These includes, beef, lamb, pork and many other else. Big thanks to this article which finally revealed it does not affect necessarily our blood pressure. But it does not also mean that we shall eat such products without careful screening. Too much and a little bit of everything may cause harm to our health, but moderate consumption ...
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