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Scripps Cardiologist Questions Controversial Study on Red Meat

Study finds weak link between red meat and heart disease

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Study finds weak link between red meat and heart disease

Kiyon Chung, MD, a cardiologist at Scripps, recently on KUSI discussed a new study that questions the benefit of eating less red meat in order to reduce the risk of heart disease.


Dr. Chung cited problems with the study, which others in the medical profession have done as well, and said she will continue to recommend her patients to consume less red meat, especially if they are at risk of heart disease.


Watch the segment on KUSI:

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