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October 09, 2019

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irma may

It is important
Thanks

Rita

Hi Irma,

Yes, people need to know about this.

Rita

Jennifer

Interesting feedback about this study. The scientists in the study say they had no connections, but they were organized by someone who did. It's like hiring scientists who work for the oil industry to study the effects of oil production on the arctic.

Baby_boomster

I can't imagine having 4 servings of red meat per week. I usually stick to fish or chicken. However, every once in a while I may have a burger or filet.

Rita

Hi Jennifer,

Yes, the study seemed fishy -- even though it was a red meat study -- from the beginning. I thought like Marion Nestle, a nutritionist, that the meat industry will really like this. I was glad to read her post and quote from it about a movement within nutrition research where some researchers want to discredit nutritional research because it's based on reports from people.

Rita

Rita

Hi Rebecca,

I agree. Four servings of red meat a week is a lot. I usually eat chicken or fish, but I occasionally make a stew in the crockpot in the winter. I especially like lamb occasionally. I need to get into the habit of using chicken in the stews.

Rita

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