A new University of Oxford study has suggested that eating no more than three pieces of meat a week could prevent around 45,000 early deaths.
"This research demonstrates the clear health benefits of cutting down on meat and dairy in the UK and quantifies this more comprehensively than ever before," the Telegraph quoted him as saying. The research, commissioned by `Friends of the Earth`, found processed meat is particularly unhealthy. ANI
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