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I've made a collection of frequently asked questions for different health challenges.
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Does meat cause cancer?

While several studies have suggested that a high consumption of red or processed meat – bacon, ham – is linked with an increase in the risk of bowel cancer, the evidence is a lot stronger for a link between a diet heavy in processed meats than if we ate some really good-quality lean steak a couple of times a week. Overall, studies suggest that eating about 50g of processed meat a day (around two slices of ham or a slice of bacon) may increase the risk of bowel cancer by around 20 per cent. The studies don’t distinguish between a piece of cheap salami and a slice of well-reared pancetta, although for me this makes a stronger case for choosing our meat well and eating a smaller amount of good quality.


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