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Some studies have shown health advantages for white meat intake,138 whereas others have not.2 Also, none of the studies has made a distinction between processed and unprocessed white meat intake, and some authors believe that all types of processed meat are equally harmful.9The effects of meat on human health may be due to ingredients such as heme iron, nitrates, and nitrites.High intakes of heme iron have been shown to be associated with cancer and cardiovascular disease.10 Nitrates and nitrites are added to meat during the curing process.11 Some investigators believe that nitrates from vegetable sources may have potential benefits, particularly for cardiovascular health,12 but nitrate/nitrite from drinking water and processed meat has been associated with increased risks of different cancers.13141516 Little evidence is available on the independent effects of these compounds on mortality; as meat products are rich in these ingredients, the extent to which they mediate meat associated outcomes is an important question.Participants 536 969 AARP members aged 50-71 at baseline.Exposures Intake of total meat, processed and unprocessed red meat (beef, lamb, and pork) and white meat (poultry and fish), heme iron, and nitrate/nitrite from processed meat based on dietary questionnaire.There conversations were real, behaviors were real and emotions were real.I fell in love with Ari Graynor as an actress and can not believe she is not a mega-star already.

We calculated daily intake of heme iron by using a previously developed National Cancer Institute database based on measurements of the heme iron content of a variety of fresh and processed meats, multiplied by the reported DHQ meat consumption.11 Heme iron in each sample was measured using atomic absorption spectrometry and inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry.Our final analytic cohort included 536 969 people (316 505 men and 220 464 women).At baseline, participants completed a 124 item food frequency questionnaire, the National Cancer Institute Diet History Questionnaire (DHQ), collecting information on their usual consumption of foods and drinks and portion sizes over the previous 12 months.Results An increased risk of all cause mortality (hazard ratio for highest versus lowest fifth 1.26, 95% confidence interval 1.23 to 1.29) and death due to nine different causes associated with red meat intake was observed.Both processed and unprocessed red meat intakes were associated with all cause and cause specific mortality.

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