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Old Fri, Aug-05-22, 11:19
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Default The Latest Study on Red Meat & Heart Disease: A Red Herring

The latest blog post from Nina Teicholz:

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The Latest Study on Red Meat & Heart Disease: A Red Herring

Procter & Gamble has driven research on TMAO and heart disease since 2015

A new study out of Tufts University led to a multitude of fresh headlines that meat increases the risk of heart disease. It would seem as if this link is now a foregone conclusion, but this paper, like so many others, is marred by significant scientific missteps and financial conflicts of interest, including a drug-development program at the Cleveland Clinic, funded by Procter & Gamble.

https://unsettledscience.substack.c...on-red-meat-and

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