- Would You Eat Meat from Cloned Animals?
Did you know it’s legal to sell meat from cloned animals, but the USDA has asked companies not to because people are wary of it? We just posted a debate about whether it really is safe here.
Though meat from cloned animals isn’t supposed to be in your grocery store, meat from their offspring has been there for years. Proponents say it’s no different than regular meat. Skeptics say we don’t know that yet.
What do you think?
- Less Is More: Spring Clean Your Diet by Eating Less Red Meat!
Less red meat and processed meat means more protection (and risk reduction) against colorectal cancer and other cancers.
The American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) expert panel analyzed the evidence and believes it suggests eating up to 18-ounces of red meat per week does NOT raise cancer risk. This means that if you eat about four 4-ounce servings of red meat in a week, your colon cancer risk is not likely to increase.