Red meat linked to higher risk of endometriosis

Have you ever considered reducing your red meat consumption? You may want to think about ‘Meatless Monday’ or ‘Meatless weeknights’ after reading this news.

A 22 year study in the making has found that consumption of red meat is associated with a higher risk of endometriosis in women.

The research found that eating 2 serves of red meat per week had a 56 percent HIGHER risk of developing the disease compared to those consuming 1 serve per week.

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Katie Fowler

Katie is a yoga loving writer from Sydney's northern beaches. With a flair for healthy baking you can find her scouring Instagram for the latest take on raw brownies and trolling Pinterest for interior design inspiration!