Indulge a little; it won’t kill you—in fact, it could actually benefit you.
Where’s the beef? Hopefully, in your belly! A new study suggests that a diet including lean beef may produce cholesterol-lowering results similar to a diet centered around fruits and veggies. Don’t celebrate with a 64-ounce T-bone just yet. The daily rations in the study included less than five-and-a-half ounces of meat (either grilled, braised or fried).
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