Red meat damages heart
Summary of Red meat chemical 'damages heart', say US scientists
7 April 2013


This health news article summarises the results of research done at Cleveland Clinic that shows 
that eating red meat is associated with heart attack. A substance called carnitine in red meat 
is broken down by bacteria in a person's intestines. The carnitine is converted in a person's 
body to a chemical that causes damage to the heart.

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