Health experts slam controversial red meat study

The study, which says the benefits to eating less beef and pork are minimal, has been criticized by the American Cancer Society and American Heart Association.
0:32 | 10/01/19

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Health experts are slamming a study that claims eating red meat is less dangerous than we've been toe hold. A team of international researchers say a despite conventional wisdom the evidence is just too weak to justify telling people to eat less beef and pork. The American cancer society and the American Heart Association are among those criticizing this study as irresponsible. One critic says the findings erode public trust and says the recommendations came from a panel of scientists many of whom are in not to nutrition experts.

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