Don’t trust those reports: Red meat is not good for you January 25, 2020
Michael Martin, MD, PSR Board Member | San Francisco Chronicle
Regardless of the link between red meat and overall mortality, there is still a persuasive case to recommend that people reduce red meat consumption. That case is climate change. Red meat is a major contributor to the climate change that threatens the fundamental bases of human health, including survivable temperatures, clean air and water, and the control of infectious diseases.
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