I didn’t realise that was news because I’ve been reading reports recommending eating only moderate portions of red meat two or three times a week for years.
But I was interested in this:
Red meat was defined as beef, pork, bacon, ham, hamburger, hot dogs, liver, pork sausage, steak, and meats in foods such as pizza, stews, and lasagna.
No mention of lamb.
Does that mean lamb doesn’t count as cancer and heart disease causing red meat?
Or does it just mean that lamb is such a small part of the average diet in the USA the study didn’t think it rated a mention?