Eat less red and processed meat

Eat less red and processed meat to reduce your cancer risk. Two icons of meat steak and salami stick.

A healthy lifestyle can prevent one third of cancers. Eating less red and processed meat can reduce your cancer risk.

This brochure answers the questions how does eating too much red and processed meat increase cancer risk? How much should I eat? and gives practical tips on how you can eat less.

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