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Is red meat a health hazard for someone who has had a problem with their heart ?

Is red meat a health hazard, especially for someone who has had a problem with their heart ?
Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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we are carnivore's....of course red meat isn't bad for as been eating it since the year dot...two thumbs down ...well to all you carrot crunchers my steaks under the grill....mmm yummy
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