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New research from the University of New South Wales indicates our eyes are bigger than our stomachs when it comes to determining appetite, and many people will continue to overeat even after learning about portion control.
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Antibiotic resistance is a growing problem--one that is greatly intensified by the overuse of antibiotics in factory farms, where producers often give animals heavy doses of the drugs with limited oversight.
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Microbes turn nutrient in beef into an artery-clogging menace.
Consumption of red meat has been found to increase the risk of death from heart disease, even when controlling for levels of fat and cholesterol.
Tests showed that consuming l-carnitine increased blood levels of trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO), a compound that, evidence suggests, can alter the metabolism of cholesterol and slow the removal of cholesterol that accumulates on arteries' walls.
But even when they took l-carnitine supplements, vegans and vegetarians made far less TMAO than meat eaters. Faecal studies showed that meat eaters and non-meat eaters also had very different types of bacteria in their guts. Hazen says that a regular diet of meat probably encourages the growth of bacteria that can turn l-carnitine into TMAO.