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This Review Was Done in 2007 and Was Subsequently Confirmed in 2011

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Core Tip: We are aware of a story circulating social media and blog sites claiming to represent World Cancer Research Fund International’s positi

五人斗地主 We are aware of a story circulating social media and blog sites claiming to represent World Research Fund International’s position on . We had no involvement in the production of this article. The statement below is a true reflection of our stance on processed meat:

五人斗地主 World Cancer Research Fund International recommends avoiding processed meat. This is the conclusion of an independent panel of leading scientists who, following the biggest review of international research ever undertaken, judged the evidence that processed meat increases the risk of bowel cancer to be convincing. This review was done in 2007 and was subsequently confirmed in 2011.

There is a continual, growing body of scientific evidence that highlights the health risks of eating processed meat. It is estimated that there would be 4,000 fewer cases of bowel cancer in the UK if people consumed less than 70g of processed meat a week (equivalent to three rashers of bacon). This is why we recommend people avoid it. The articles talking about processed meat being ‘too dangerous for human consumption’ are unhelpful and scaremongering. We would say that if people can’t cut out processed meat completely they should cut down. WCRF International advocates a sensible, healthy, balanced diet.

World Cancer Research Fund Officially Recommends Avoiding Processed Meat

 
 
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