Study links processed meat to higher risk of early death

03/7/2013 | HealthDay News

A study that included almost 450,000 people found those who ate 160 grams or more per day of processed meats had an almost 44% higher risk of early death than those who ate 10 to 20 grams. Researchers recommended in BMC Medicine that people limit intake of processed meat to less than 1 ounce daily and said reduced consumption overall could lower the incidence of premature death about 3%.

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