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Is it reasonable to think this about medical organisation recommendations?

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  • Is it reasonable to think this about medical organisation recommendations?


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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 20:06
So far, yes. If I were to see some published and peer reviewed studies and data... as of yet it sounds like peta propaganda and the inevitable bad science Yep the very same. Although the trans fat is proven true. Never got behind the margerine movement.
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 06:45
Without accepting your claim that "all" medical organizations recommend reducing the amount of meat intake, I do agree with the general idea that it is often better to recommend that people reduce their usage of something that is harmful, rather than attempt to eliminate it entirely. The reason for this is because for most people, quitting something cold turkey simply isn't realistic. Yes, I know that a meth addict can't simply reduce his or her consumption and expect to be ok, but for less addictive and harmful behaviors, moderation is acceptable. Most people can, with effort, reduce their consumption of a given food product. However if these same people were to try and quit entirely, there is a strong possibility that they would give in at some point, and figure "why bother?", and continue with their previous consumption level. Far better for them to set reasonable expectations and moderate.

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