Meat Proteins Increase Risk of Heart Disease by 60%

Research finds that frequent meat consumption results in a sharp uptick in the baseline risk of cardiovascular disease. Studies suggest determining the effect of amino acids in meat proteins on CVD, and finding the link between protein sources and heart disease risk factors.

Source: Meat Proteins Increase Risk of Heart Disease by 60% • CMHC PULSE

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Stephanie Figon, MS, RDN, LD

Founder of NutriScape.NET. As a dietitian since 1992, Steph Figon has had experiences in consulting, 15 years in clinical, and has operated a private practice nutrition counseling office for since 2011.