posted on Oct, 26 2015 @ 10:08 AM
a reply to: MrCrow
Meanwhile, it said red meats were "probably carcinogenic"
That's a quote from the article you posted and based on that alone I would not reduce my red meat intake. "Probably carcinogenic" means nothing.
As for processed meats, the article (and many other floating around) has evidence to suggest that 'processed' meats are carcinogenic. Processed being
the term used for any product including preservatives to increase shelf life. It's the term 'processed' that people need help understanding. For
instance you could go to your local butcher and purchase sausages and burgers, but would you class them as processed? I know first hand my local
butcher just minces or grinds the meat, adds onions and a binding agent, then sells them. That's no different to just eating a steak and onions.
Using your brain and common sense you can judge for yourself what items in your local supermarket are probably deemed 'carcinogenic', with packets of
cold sandwich meat being brilliant examples.
EDIT: Oh, and basically ALL McDonalds products are basically extremely dangerous to your health.
edit on 26/10/15 by angryhulk because: (no