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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 you.....man 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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