10 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

    1. Dόn Pídgéόní

      I can’t believe that eating crappy overly salty food is bad for me! This is a complete and utter surprise to me!

      1. edalicious

        That’s just for processed meats, not red meats. The evidence for red meat causing cancer is nowhere near as strong.

      2. Lan

        But thats 18% of you’re overall risk.

        Completely ignoring the advice rises risk from 5% to 6% over your lifetime a whopping 1%! Not 18%

  1. Clampers Outside!

    This is about processed meat and eating too much of it.

    This is not about a fine organic fed cow, served up as a prime steak as the picture suggests…. Mmmmmmmmmm.

    This info will be jumped on by idiot vegetarians and their I’m better than though bullcrap.

    Meanwhile the vegetarians will be pushing unhealthy and environmentally damaging products like ‘Soy’ and ‘Almond Milk’

    Soy / Soya products give you man boobs lads – keep the fupp away from it !
    http://www.menshealth.com/nutrition/soys-negative-effects

    World’s biggest producer of almonds, California, suffering drought
    http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/08/almonds-demon-nuts/379244/

    There is NOTHING WRONG with eating good meat, produced ethically.

    No dietary study has EVER been done that shows vegetarians are healthier than meat eaters.

    Studies done in the past were normally of the “vegetarian versus everyone else” variety. Meaning the basis of the studies were set up with a favorable outcome being seen to be going to vegetarians before the study began.
    When anyone finds a study of groups of persons where one lifestyle is similar to the other group and the only difference between the two groups is ‘vegetarian’ versus ‘meat in their diet’ – let me know :)

    1. Lan

      Clampers you’re dead right

      But….there are some studies showing a difference between risk of getting cancer between Veggies and Us lot.

      However they arent what you’d assume, weirdly this WHO has been about bowel cancer yet an Oxford study with 63,550 participants over more than 21 years showed a slightly lower overall cancer risk in veggies but an INCREASED risk of Bowel cancer in vegetarians over meat eaters…

      But hey Oxford accounted for lifestyle unlike many WHO looked at…

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