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Old 01-25-2012, 04:47 AM   #5
James Evans
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Originally Posted by Darryl Shaw View Post
Processed meat is defined as meat or meat products which have been prepared by smoking, curing, salting and/or contain added preservatives. So that would include everything from the finest traditionally cured ham and bacon to canned meat and mystery meat burgers and hotdogs.
That's something that leaves me curious about this study (and other similar examples). Are foods preserved in traditional ways as harmful as those hammered through modern food factories?

And to Sarena's point, is a cut of grass fed beef the same as a cheap supermarket steak?

I found the headlines around this alarmist because I find training the sights on meat and pretending that all the other shit that gets consumed is ok clearly doesn't solve anything, even if it does support JW's vegan lifestyle.

On the other hand I find the bacon-bacon-bacon culture of the alternative fitness world excessive.
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