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Let’s keep in mind that eating a six-ounce steak is not the same as eating a 12-ounce steak. Eating meat seven times a week is not the same as eating it four times. Eating that steak with french fries is not the same as eating it with a salad. Replacing meat with vegetables is not the same as replacing it with pasta. Grass-fed beef is not the same as grain-fed. Meat consumption by a young athlete is not the same as by an older person with cardiovascular disease or diabetes. Also, you have to eat a lot of beans to get the same amount of protein as is found in a small serving of meat.
Over the years there have been numerous studies that have tried to evaluate the risk-benefit ratio of eating meat. Most of these have been observational studies based on questionnaires. However, people’s memory can be faulty, they may have trouble quantifying amounts, and they may report what they think they should have eaten instead of what they actually ate.
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