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Swapping red meat for other protein sources reduces risk of early death

Swapping just one portion of red meat a day for another source of protein such as fish, chicken, nuts or pulses reduces the risk of dying from cancer and heart disease, a US study has found.

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Children inherit their taste for meat and fish but not vegetables

Young children inherit their liking for roast lamb or fish pie from their parents but any enjoyment of vegetables and puddings is more likely to be influenced by their environment.

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Diet rich in fish may reduce the spread of prostate cancer

Eating foods such as fish that are rich in omega 3 fats might help prevent the spread of prostate cancer to other parts of the body, according to research published in the British Journal of Cancer* today (Tuesday 21 March 2006).

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