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You're Gonna Die: Diet Edition





each daily increase of three ounces of red meat was associated with a 12 percent greater risk of dying over all, including a 16 percent greater risk of cardiovascular death and a 10 percent greater risk of cancer death.

The increased risks linked to processed meat, like bacon, were even greater: 20 percent over all, 21 percent for cardiovascular disease and 16 percent for cancer.

If people in the study had eaten half as much meat, the researchers estimated, deaths in the group would have declined 9.3 percent in men and 7.6 percent in women.

Enter how many of each drink is consumed each day to estimate the amount of sugar attributed to these drinks.

Number ConsumedQuantity Basisg sugar/oz
Non-Diet Sodasoz
Fruit Juicesoz