Red meat IS bad for you: Eating pork or beef twice a week raises the risk of heart disease by up to 7%, according to study of 30,000 people

Eating red or processed meat twice a week raises the risk of heart disease and also of an early death of any cause, a study has suggested.

Those who have just two portions a week are three per cent more likely to suffer a premature death, the study of almost 30,000 people found.

And the habit increased their risk of getting heart disease by up to seven per cent.

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