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Dementia: is processed meat another risk factor?

By Richard Hoffman, Associate lecturer, Nutritional Biochemistry, University of Hertfordshire
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The evidence of a link between processed meat and cancer is now strong enough for some organisations to recommend not eating any. There’s also increasing evidence of a link between processed meat and type 2 diabetes. And now, a new study has added to the list of woes for lovers of processed meat by linking it to an increased risk of dementia. But this latest association may not be quite so convincing.


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