The World Health Organization has said that eating processed meat can cause cancer, and that red meat is also probably linked to the disease. Will the new classification change the way you eat?
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Varying amounts of meat are eaten around the world. In Europe and the US, consumption is stagnating. In Asia it's increasing significantly. Experts say the per capita consumption is too high.
WHO cancer experts say eating processed meat can cause bowel cancer, and that red meat is a probable cause of the disease. The meat industry is unlikely to welcome the findings.
The WHO's warning that processed meat is cancerous has caused quite a stir - and a counter-reaction. Critics, including a Nobel laureate, say the report is too general and that WHO's health experts are exaggerating.
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