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Consuming fish instead of red meat can cut the risk of premature death by a quarter – The Times

  1. Consuming fish instead of red meat can reduce the risk of premature death by a quarter
  2. Red and processed meat can shorten life, says scientist The Guardian
  3. Consuming red meat three times a week increases the risk of premature death by 10%
  4. If you only eat red meat three times a week, the risk of death increases over the next 8 years
  5. Swapping a portion of red meat for fish or nuts could reduce the risk of early death by almost a fifth
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