Eating less of this kind of food could be the key to slowing down aging

Posted on Category:Healthy Eating

Late last year, national health guidelines updated their position on the health consequences associated with habitual meat consumption.

In addition to increasing one’s risk for experiencing cardiovascular incidents, developing Type 2 diabetes, and certain forms of cancer, those who adhere to heavy meat diets more often than not do so to the exclusion of other important food groups. The latest data on this comes courtesy of Rui Wang, Ph.D. in a meta-analysis exploring the parameters a little more squarely.

Dr.Wang, of York University, determined that an excess of unhealthy protein sources can positively impact accelerated aging as well as the

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