A new study every month claims eating this and that increases the risk of dying by 10 to 25 %.
I always thought that the possibility of death is 100 %.
-Red meat is blamed for one in 10 early deaths
-Red meat linked to higher risk of premature death
-Huge study shows red meat boosts risk of dying young
Then when you read the articles it seems the study's outcome is
||Those who ate a card-deck-sized serving of unprocessed red meat each day, on average, had a 13 per cent higher risk of dying than those who did not eat red meat as frequently.
And if the red meat was processed, as in a hot dog or two slices of bacon, that risk jumped to 20 per cent. Link
What purpose are studies like this serving, I understand that the study is important but how the results are interpreted leads me to wonder who is behind this.
who don't want methane dispensing cows feeding the world population as it contributes to global warming?
who don't want anyone buying unprocessed foods as there is more profit to made by grinding anything edible (or not) into one glob and naming the end product with fancy names depending on what coloring they add to it?
Raw material producers
, who can make a better profit per gram of protein, ie. chicken coups above a fish pond where the chicken poo feeds the fish and the fish guts are made into chicken feed or the chockablock piggeries, compared to the space Bovinae's take?
The average consumer is not going to read more than the headline of the articles, "Red meat kills you fast, study confirms".
No mater how good the white meat you cant take the craving for red meat out of me i get at least once a week if not twice, so it must be good for you.