New reports suggest that eating red meat may not be bad for your heart after all. But take that news with a grain of salt. This Q&A explains.
Research finds that you can eliminate many of the effects of chronic pain and side effects of medications with an anti-inflammatory diet, regular exercise and stress management.
A new study found a two- to three-fold increase in levels of TMAO, a compound associated with heart disease and stroke risk, in people who ate a high-red meat diet, compared to those who got their protein from white meat or plant-based foods.
Lone Star tick bites are causing some people to develop an allergic reaction to red meats such as pork, beef or lamb. Find out why this can happen.
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Trying to boost the protein in your diet? Focus on getting the right amount of protein from the most nutritious sources. Here, our dietitians share four sources of protein to avoid.
When most people think of their risk for having a heart attack or stroke, factors like cholesterol and blood pressure come to mind. But a new study shows that what’s in your gut can play a role as well.
With continued evidence piling up that shows red meat and processed meats – such as bacon and sausage – are not good for your health, it’s time to start choosing the white meat or vegetarian option.
Scientific evidence has been accumulating for decades that colon cancer is more common among people who eat the most red meat and processed meat.
Grilling out? Are you sure your burgers are really cooked safely? Our dietitian weighs in.
Not sure if going vegetarian is right for you? You can always try Meatless Mondays to see how it feels.