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Though this is a bit off topic, I was interested so I did some research. There are a number of scholarly articles on the subject (actually, this is a just a small subset -- look for yourself). Let me summarize some for you: Red meat consumption and mortality: results from 2 prospective cohort studies: (source) Red meat consumption is associated with ...


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My search results cannot produce any scientific studies of the kind you seek. However, the best explanations for the link between red meat and cancer (http://www.health.harvard.edu/fhg/updates/Red-meat-and-colon-cancer.shtml), suggest that the link is not body fat. Eating lean portions would not make much difference. Fibre seems to moderate the cancerous ...


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What do you enjoy, or what looks most appealing to you? Do that. Doing something you enjoy, whatever it is, means you will be much more likely to stick with it over the long term. If you don't know what you enjoy, try short courses of a bunch of different things. Most will help you get in better shape, and when you find something you really like, stick ...


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Contrary to John's answer, I've also heard that aspertame is bad for constant consumption. Your question made me search more on the topic and came up with the following sources http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/11/06/aspartame-most-dangerous-substance-added-to-food.aspx: Excerpts from the source: How Aspartate (and Glutamate) ...


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"Is diet soda less healthy than regular soda?" Hysteria around the aspartame in diet drinks is not justified by the evidence It is quite hard to prove a negative but the simple observation that hundreds of millions of people take aspartame containing drinks every day without apparently causing any notable epidemiological evidence of all the effects ...



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