More from the world of dietary science:
Regular meat-eaters are more likely to suffer from chronic health conditions than those who shun or ration animal products, a study from the University of Oxford has found.
The research found a meat-lover who eats 70 grams of meat — processed or unprocessed — more than a peer is at 15 per cent higher risk of heart disease, 30 per cent more likely to get diabetes and almost a third (31 per cent) more likely to develop pneumonia in the future.
I did the work so you don’t have to: 70 grams is about 2.5 oz…
Whatever. According to this lot, I should have died about 15 years ago, given that my daily breakfast contains inter alia a large piece of boerewors.
And yet, here we are.