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Red Meat Health

Carnitine Confusion: What Does That New Red Meat Study Really Mean?

Dr. Jonny Bowden | Posted 07.01.2013 | Healthy Living
Dr. Jonny Bowden

Carnitine may well turn out to be the perpetrator of the "crime" of heart disease, but it's way too early to tell. Simple, sound-bite answers to difficult questions may make us feel good, but they rarely lead to effective solutions.

Could Antibiotics Treat Your Heart Attack?

Leigh Vinocur, M.D. | Posted 06.16.2013 | Healthy Living
Leigh Vinocur, M.D.

Can we forget the medication for cholesterol and instead reach for the antibiotics to prevent heart attacks? A new study in Nature Medicine poses this interesting question. This novel idea may not be so far-fetched!

Red Meat Nutrient Linked With Heart Disease

Posted 06.08.2013 | Healthy Living

By: Cari Nierenberg, MyHealthNewsDaily Contributor Published: 04/08/2013 08:23 AM EDT on MyHealthNewsDaily The high amounts of saturated fat and...

Eating Less Of This Might Help Our Health -- And The Environment

Posted 09.11.2012 | Healthy Living

Cutting down the amount of red meat we eat not only affects our physical health, but also the health of the environment, a new study from the United K...

Before Eating Red Meat, Think Twice and Live Longer

Craig Cooper | Posted 08.15.2012 | Healthy Living
Craig Cooper

Before you grab a sizzling steak from the grill or order up a rare burger at a restaurant, stop and think twice. When you reconsider eating red meat and make a healthier menu choice, you give yourself a chance to live longer. Here's why.

Rethinking Red Meat As Part Of A Healthy Diet (VIDEO)

Posted 06.29.2012 | Healthy Living

Contrary to popular belief, red meat can be a part of a healthy diet. Here, experts explain what the best cuts are and how to prepare them so you can ...

If Red Meat Would Kill You Before Your Time, Would You Still Eat It?

Mary Bradley | Posted 06.23.2012 | Healthy Living
Mary Bradley

The association of animal protein (especially that loaded with highly saturated fat) and increased health risks is not new. Does the threat of death, as opposed to unpleasant diseases like cancer and heart disease, make a difference in how consumers behave?

Catherine Pearson

Report Links Meat-Eating To Disease

HuffingtonPost.com | Catherine Pearson | Posted 09.17.2011 | Healthy Living

A new report released Monday claims the science is clear: Eating too much meat is bad for your health. The so-called Meat Eater's Guide, compiled ...

Is There More in Your Burger Than Meat?

Christina Pirello | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Christina Pirello

But wait! What about all the saturated fat, growth hormones, steroids and other nasty stuff? Can we have our burgers and eat them, too?

The Truth About Red and Processed Meats

David Katz, M.D. | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
David Katz, M.D.

According to a study recently published online by the journal Circulation, red meat may not increase the risk of heart disease. Processed meat, in contrast, apparently does.