Replace some red meats with protein-containing plant foods to lower heart disease risk

A study published recently in the BMJ found that eating either processed or unprocessed red meat was associated with higher risk of heart disease in American men. The good news is, one serving a day of healthy protein-containing plant foods was associated with lower risk of heart disease compared with red meat. The benefit of […]
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