This post includes a summary of a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition March 4, 2009 and a recipe for infallible rare roast beef.
Study title and authors:
Meta-analysis of animal fat or animal protein intake and colorectal cancer1,2,3,4
Dominik D Alexander, Colleen A Cushing, Kimberly A Lowe, Bonnie Sceurman and Mark A Roberts
1 From Exponent Health Sciences, Wood Dale, IL (DDA, CAC, and MAR); Exponent Health Sciences, Washington, DC (BS); and Exponent Health Sciences, Bellevue, WA (KAL).
2 The National Cattlemen's Beef Association and the National Pork Board did not contribute to the writing, analysis, or interpretation of the research findings.
3 Supported in part by the Cattlemen's Beef Board, through the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, and the National Pork Board.
4 Address reprint requests and correspondence to DD Alexander, Managing Epidemiologist Exponent Inc, 185 Hansen Court, Suite 100, Wood Dale, IL 60191. E-mail: email@example.com .
The study can be accessed at: http://www.ajcn.org/cgi/content/abstract/ajcn.2008.26838v1
This study investigated the available evidence to find out if there is any connection between animal fat or animal protein intake and colon cancer.
Six studies were reviewed, with 1070 cases of colon cancer and 1.5 million person years of follow up.
The study found there was No association between colon cancer rates and animal fat
& animal protein consumption.
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Recipe of the day
Infallible Rare Roast Beef
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In the morning, preheat oven to 375F. Put roast in and cook for 1 hour.
Turn off heat. Leave roast in oven. Do not open door.
Thirty minutes before serving, turn oven back on to 375F.
If you need the oven for something else, take it out to "rest" and cover with aluminum foil. Every slice is uniformly pink and gorgeous. The first few times you do this takes courage!