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Healthy Bites: Eat less red meat
Research shows that eating a lot of red meat can raise a person’s risk of colorectal cancer. So, you should eat no more than 18 ounces of red meat per week. Pork, lamb, deer, buffalo, and beef, including hamburgers, are all red meat.

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Title: Healthy Bites: Eat less red meat
Summary: Research shows that eating a lot of red meat can raise a person’s risk of colorectal cancer. So, you should eat no more than 18 ounces of red meat per week. Pork, lamb, deer, buffalo, and beef, including hamburgers, are all red meat.
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