Red meats: Time for a paradigm shift in dietary advice

#1 von Vlad , 06.01.2015 20:57

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Large population studies both in Europe and North America have recently reported no association between intakes of unprocessed red meat and any cause of death, including cardiovascular disease (CVD) or cancer (Kappeler et al., 2013 and Rohrmann et al., 2013). This is consistent with the findings of the largest meta-analyses of the worldwide evidence showing no association between unprocessed red meat and coronary heart disease (CHD) (Micha et al., 2010).



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This analysis, which also examined overall diet quality, found that adults who ate red meat more often also tended to eat vegetables more often compared to those who ate red meat less often. In addition, those who ate red meat more often tended to have lower body mass index and a smaller waist circumference.



http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/art...309174014001922


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RE: Red meats: Time for a paradigm shift in dietary advice

#2 von Chris (edubily) , 07.01.2015 09:59

Passt ja gerade zum aktuellen Thema

(NEU5GC - Verzehr von rotem Fleisch macht krank)

Vielleicht willst du deine Studie nochmal dort posten?


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RE: Red meats: Time for a paradigm shift in dietary advice

#3 von Vlad , 07.01.2015 10:58

Gute Idee ... hab's gemacht.


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