Red meat is a common blame for heart disease but there is more the the subject than meets the eye.


You've noticed that the past few times that you've eaten an apple, oddly enough your cat wants to go outside. Hmmm.... so, your apple eating causes your cat's sudden urge for fresh air. Sound silly? Indeed it does! However, it is these types of sweeping correlation equals causation conclusions that pervade much of the recent media reports on studies looking at certain foods and nutrients and their effect on the body. Why? Well, the answer is multi-faceted, but such dramatic reporting does indeed attention! But is it the truth? That's the real question!

Today, we take a close look at a recent study published online in the journal Nature Medicine linking the L-Carnitine in red meat to heart disease. So then, does correlation equal causation here? Let's take a close look on today's episode of LivingFuelTV. You also learn great tips on which meats to enjoy and which to avoid.

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