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Australian study shows eating meat correlates to a longer life expectancy

Eating meat as part of a regular diet could improve overall health and lead to a longer life, a new study has found.  

The study, which was conducted by a biomedicine researcher from the University of Adelaide, examined meat consumption in more than 170 countries. 

Research found a meat based diet correlates to greater life expectancy, independent of total calorie intake, economic affluence, urban advantages, and obesity, the piece published on Tuesday in the International Journal of General Medicine said.

Scientists from the University of Adelaide have found meat as part of a regular diet could improve overall health and lead to a longer life (pictured, stock photo)

The study also revealed energy from carbohydrate crops (grains and tubers), prevalent in vegan or vegetarian…


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