Eating large amounts of red meat is linked to a higher risk of colon cancer.

Karen Humphreys, PhD, from the Flinders Center for Innovation in Cancer at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, tested the effects of adding resistant starches to a high red meat diet.

When only the red meat was eaten, levels of cancer-causing microRNAs were elevated in rectal tissue, as was cellular proliferation.

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