DLM-SF: Meat (2021)

Author and Year:
Vernooij R, Zeraatkar D, et al. 2019
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Article Title:
Patterns of Red and Processed Meat Consumption and Risk for Cardiometabolic and Cancer Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Cohort Studies.
Vernooij R, Zeraatkar D, Han M, El Dib R, Zworth M, Milio K, Sit D, Lee Y, Gomaa H, Valli C, Swierz M, Chang Y, Hanna S, Brauer P, Sievenpiper J, de Souza R, Alonso-Coello P, Bala M, Guyatt G, Johnston B
Annals of Internal Medicine
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Study Design:
Meta-analysis or Systematic Review
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Inclusion Criteria:
Cohort studies with 1000 or more participants that reported an association between dietary patterns and 1 or more outcomes of interest in adults with or without cardiometabolic conditions but without cancer or any infectious or chronic noncardiometabolic conditions.
Exclusion Criteria:
Studies that did not report the quantity of consumption of red and processed meat was defined as white or red meat preserved by smoking, curing, salting, or adding preservatives.
Research Purpose:
Conduct a systematic review addressing the association between dietary patterns that are lower versus higher in red and processed meat intake and the risk for cardiometabolic and cancer outcomes.
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Study Location:
Not reported
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