Conference delegates who visited the HCC stand engaged with the interactive displays and discussed how the role of red meat
in a balanced diet could contribute to patient and client health.
They found a positive association between intakes of red meat
and poultry, and risk of developing diabetes.
However, apart from a high incidence of indigestion complaints, heavy consumption of red meat
has a far reaching impact on cholesterol and heart health and is likely to induce cardiac episodes and result in higher incidence of thickening of arteries.
intake was linked to an increased risk of all causes of death due to nine different diseases.
In a day and age where fast and ready pre-prepared meals are in abundance, a great many childrenand maybe even a few adultsrarely stop to consider exactly where the food that they eat day in, day out, really comes from, and this extends to red meat
," Minister Hartsuyker said.
Those who consumed the most red meat
(at least 11 servings per week) had a 66 percent higher risk of PAD than those who consumed the least (no more than about 3 servings a week).
Chan added that "in the present study, we updated this analysis, which allowed us to prospectively examine the association between consumption of meat (total red meat
, red unprocessed meat, red processed meat, poultry, and fish) with risk of incident diverticulitis in 764 cases over 26 years of follow-up.
Compared with men in the lowest 25% of red meat
5 years, the researchers found that red meat
intake was strongly associated with an increased risk of ESRD in a dose-dependent manner.
The AHDB Consumer Tracker, which is conducted by YouGov, revealed that 55% of respondents felt they eat the right amount of red meat
, with 24% saying they were not concerned about the amount they eat.
In fact, through proprietary consumer research we have found the youngest red meat
purchasers--Millennial--proportionally spend more on fresh red meat
than any other age group.
What is it about red meat
that makes it a risk factor for type 2 diabetes?
These findings are not trivial, especially in America, where many people eat two or three servings of red meat
every day," says Frank Hu, MD, PhD, MPH, an epidemiologist at Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and one of the study's authors.
Because of the growing evidence on the potential carcinogenic effects of processed meat and red meat
intake, it was not surprising that in 2014, an IARC advisory committee recommended the evaluation of processed and red meat
Last month, the World Health Organization released a report explaining what makes red meat
and processed meat increase the risk of cancer.