Eating Meat Kills
*Points to picture of delicious looking burger.* Every time you order a burger, you are possibly taking years off of your life. Researchers from Harvard School of Public Health in Boston warn that high consumption of red meat, especially processed meats, can dramatically increase heart disease and cancer risks. By becoming a vegetarian or vegan, a person could lower the risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Problems:
World-renowned scientific writer, Dr. Harrison Wein, found a striking link between red meat consumption and premature death. Eating red meat can also lead to the risk of diabetes. In a Harvard study, a ground-breaking revelation was found. In a study consisting of over 120,000 men and women, they found that by adding 1 additional serving of unprocessed red meat over the course of the study, it raised the risk of total mortality by 13%, and processed red meat raised the risk by 20%. Almost 24,000 people died during the study. 5,900 died from cardiovascular disease and about 9,500 from cancer. It was also found that those who ate the highest levels of both unprocessed and processed red meat had the highest risk of mortality. Some examples of red meats include beef, veal, lamb, pork, goat, and venison. Examples of processed red meats are bacon, hot dogs, sausage, and salami. Knowing all of these facts, more people should truly consider changing how they eat.
I can help you. It’s important for teenagers to build good eating habits now. So I’ll tell you how you can possibly prevent cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. The answer is simple, vegetarianism. Many famous people are vegetarians; Anne Hathaway, Paul McCartney, and Drew Barrymore. Even Albert Einstein was a vegetarian for the last year of his life. A vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat, and sometimes other animal products; for moral, religious, or health reasons. Many people believe that vegetarians are...
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