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Is it actually healthy to stop eating red meat?

You'll have some vital nutrients to replace.

cut up beef

Delicious, and often nutritious. But is it necessary?

We all hear about how bad red meat is for both the planet’s health and our own. Planet-wise, there’s no argument: The detrimental effects of greenhouse gases from livestock production on the earth’s atmosphere can’t be overlooked. So, for the month of October, members of the PopSci staff are abstaining from all forms of red meat for the sake of the environment, and, by extension, for our own good..

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