(CNN)If you’ve been swayed by recent reports that red and processed meat isn’t harmful to your health, put down that bacon — there’s bad news. New analysis of long term data on nearly 30,000 people found a small but significant risk of death from any cause tied to eating two servings of processed meat or unprocessed red meat each week. Similar risks for cardiovascular disease were found for those eating two servings a week of processed meat, unprocessed red meat or poultry — although that last category might be due to frying or the consumption of skin, researchers said. There was no association for eating fish, the study found. Red and processed meat are OK to eat, controversial new guidelines claim. Don’t believe it, leading experts say One serving of processed meat equaled two slices of bacon, two small sausages or one hot dog. One serving of unprocessed red meat was equivalent to 4 ounces of red meat or poultry, or 3 ounces of fish. Read More The new findings arrive just months after a controversial meta-analysis claiming there’s no need to reduce your red and processed meat intake for good health. “Everyone interpreted that it was OK to eat… Read full this story
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