How Much Meat Should We Eat? [Digital Download]
In late 2019 a series of reviews were published in the Annals of Internal Medicine that concluded the same thing that past reviews have concluded: reduced meat intake is associated with a decreased risk for premature death, cardiometabolic disease, and mortality, meaning the risk of getting and dying of diseases like heart disease and type 2 diabetes, as well as the risk of getting cancer and dying from cancer. Therefore, they concluded that people should keep eating red and processed meat. Wait, what?! Yeah, premature death, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, but keep eating your burgers and bacon. How were they able to pull that off? In this live two-hour webinar I’ll explore how Big Meat and Big Sugar have followed in the footsteps of Big Tobacco to warp the scientific literature. I’ll also explain how much meat is expected to shorten your life expectancy compared to other lifestyle behaviors such as smoking.
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