Eating red meat including bacon, hotdogs, burger patties or anything processed increases the risk of cancer, heart diseases, kidney failure and many more.
Men who consume huge amounts of red meat increases their risk to develop diverticulitis.
As the news of bacon being carcinogens and that the hot dogs contain human DNA, the new study reveals even more bad news. If you enjoy eating grilled meat a lot, then you would be exposed to a higher risk of kidney cancer
When cooked over high heat, animal muscles produce heterocyclic amines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which might end in kidney cancer.
A die-hard fan of meat, if so, then you better start altering your diet as consuming red and white meat can actually hamper your healthy lifestyle and put your lives at risk.
A new study found that when gut bacteria digest certain foods, it leads to the production of a metabolite that can increase risk of heart failure.
According to recent research, a bite from the Lone Star Tick can cause people develop allergies to red meat, pork and dairy.
Eating a type of starch that acts like fiber may help reduce colorectal cancer risk associated with a high red meat diet, according to a new research.
A new study found that women who ate more red meat had a greater risk of developing breast cancer.
Researchers warn pregnant women and women looking to get pregnant about the risks involved with eating too much red meat.
In a new study, researchers found that people who ate more refined grains, such as pasta and chips, were at a greater risk of depression.
Red meat has been linked to a cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity and early death. Now, new research reveals that Alzheimer's disease may also have a place in the long list of ailments associated with eating red meat.
Researchers found that people who consumed red meat frequently were at a higher risk of developing type two diabetes.
Researchers discovered that lecithin, which is abundant in egg yolks, can increase one's risk for heart attack and stroke.
Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic reported a new link between a compound found in red meat and clogged arteries.