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Scientific Studies about Meat and Nutrition

PCRM/The Cancer Project chose to ignore prominent studies that showed no cancer link. Read them here.
  • Food sources of nitrates and nitrites: the physiologic context for potential health benefits


  • Meat Intake and Meat Preparation in Relation to Risk of Postmenopausal Breast Cancer, 2008

  • A Moderate-Protein Diet Produces Sustained Weight Loss and Long-Term Changes in Body Composition and Blood Lipids in Obese Adults

  • The Role of Beef in the American Diet

  • Meat, fish and fat intake in relation to subsite-specific risk of colorectal cancer: The Fukoka Colorectal Cancer Study

  • Low-Fat Dietary Pattern and Risk of Colorectal Cancer, 2006

  • Meat, Fat, and Their Subtypes as Risk Factors for Colorectal Cancer in a Prospective Cohort of Women, 2003

  • Diet and risk of Colorectoal Cancer in Finnish Men, February 1999

  • Dietary Fat and Fatty Acids and Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Women, 2004

  • Processed Meat and Colorectal Cancer: A Quantitative Review of Prospective Epidemiologic Studies, 2010

  • Antibiotic Residues In Poultry Tissues and Eggs: Human Health Concerns? 2003

  • Meat as a component of a healthy diet are there any risks or benefits if meat is avoided in the diet? 2004

  • Nutrition-related health effects of organic foods: a systematic review

  • Dietary Patterns and Risk of Stomach Cancer Mortality: The Japan Collaborative Cohort Study, 2010


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