Red meat in a butcher's shop
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Even small amounts of processed meat increase the risk of colorectal cancer. CreditDevin Yalkin for The New York Times
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Even a small amount of red or processed meat per day, such as canned ham
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A serve of lean red meat is:
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The 2007 WCRF report on diet and cancer made it clear that bowel cancer is more common amongst people who eat a large amount of red and processed meat.
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Warning: the World Health Organisation claims that just 50g of processed meat a day could increase your bowel cancer risk by 18 per cent Credit: AP IMAGES
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First, Hormel gutted the union. Then it sped up the line. And when the pig-brain machine made workers sick, they got canned.
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What They Are: Preservatives used to prevent bacterial growth and maintain the pinkish color of meats and fish.
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Others have made similar products: Spam (L), Treet (C), and Walmart Great Value Luncheon Meat (R)
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