Heart disease risk in women rises with red meat consumption

08/17/2010 | HealthDay News

Harvard researchers examined the data of more than 84,000 women and found that those who consumed the highest amount of red meat were at the highest risk of developing heart disease. They found that women who ate one serving a day of nuts, fish and other protein-rich foods had a lower risk for cardiac disease compared with those who ate one serving a day of red meat.

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