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Studies have been showing for some time that eating too much meat -- especially red meat -- is bad for health, with researchers now reporting that replacing a small amount of animal protein with proteins from plants can reduce the risk of death from all causes.
Replacing 3 percent of dietary protein from animal products with proteins from grains, vegetables or other plants reduces the risk of death regardless of any other unhealthy lifestyle choice, according to a new study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.
Dietary changes considered by Harvard Medical School researchers looked at red meat, processed red meat and eggs, which have been the focus of several studies on healthy changes to diet. Department of Health and Human Services also acknowledged the risk to health of overconsumption of meat, especially among men and boys.
A 2015 study by the World Health Organization suggested processed red meat such as bacon, hot dogs and corned beef can significantly increase the risk for cancer, the researchers in the study noted it was likely that all types of red meat affect the risk. The agencies recommended red meats be replaced with other sources of protein such as nuts, seeds and seafood, portending what Harvard researchers report in the new study. Mingyang Song, a researcher at Harvard Medical School, said that while previous dietary studies have looked at levels of protein compared to carbohydrates, or protein intake on its own, the sources of protein have not been reviewed as closely as in the new study.