Red meat nutrient used in weight-loss and muscle-building supplements could cause heart disease Government already suggests eating maximum of 2.5oz of red meat dailyHigher consumption linked to bowel cancer and cardiovascular diseaseNow researchers have found link between L-carnitine and heart disease By Nick Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 20:37 GMT, 7 April 2013 | UPDATED: 20:37 GMT, 7 April 2013 Supplement: New research has found a link between red meat compound L-carnitine and heart disease A nutrient abundant in red meat and also sold as a dietary supplement could raise the risk of heart disease.
Why a glass of red wine with your steak can LOWER cholesterol Red wine helps to prevent release of damaging compounds in dark meat that can raise cholesterolResearchers say may be the reason why red wine has been linked to a reduced risk of heart disease By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 16:19 GMT, 14 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:01 GMT, 15 January 2013 For those who dither over whether to have that glass of wine with dinner, it's good news.
How a tick bite can turn you vegetarian: They inject a 'venom' that triggers meat allergy A carbohydrate compound injected into the bloodstream by the bite is also present in meat | UPDATED: 15:11 GMT, 25 July 2012 Meat-free menu A handful of tick-bite cases in the U.S have triggered food allergies A steak may never seem as appetising again after a tick bite, warn researchers.
Women who cut out red meat 'twice as likely to suffer from depression or anxiety' | UPDATED: 20:07 GMT, 21 March 2012 Tuck in: Women should eat the recommended amount of red meat to avoid mental health problems, researchers say (picture posed by model) Women who cut red meat out of their diet are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety, according to a study.
Red meat It's food to die for: As a grisly new report says eating beef is not much healthier than drinking arsenic, MAX HASTINGS reaches defiantly for the steak knives | UPDATED: 02:13 GMT, 17 March 2012 Researching a book about World War II a few years ago, I found myself interviewing some very elderly Japanese veterans.
After an outcry over the use of “pink slime” in restaurants, leading fast-food chains promised to stop using the chemically treated meat.
EU to blame for Europe's growing obesity epidemic 'by encouraging import of cheap calorie-laden food' 27 member states have high supplies of meat and dairyLower prices on calorie-laden goodsMore than half the EU population are now overweight A study has found the EU could be to blame for Europe's growing obesity epidemic The EU could be to blame for Europe's growing obesity epidemic, say scientists.