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Eating processed meat raises risk of heart disease by a fifth

Oxford University researchers urge people to reduce consumption by three-quarters or give it up

Eating processed meat raises the risk of heart disease by a fifth, according to the largest ever analysis of research into the impact of meat consumption on cardiac health.

Researchers at the University of Oxford are urging the public to cut their red and processed meat consumption by three-quarters, or to give it up entirely, to lower their risk of dying from coronary heart disease.

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