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Why People In The UK Have Drastically Reduced Their Meat Intake

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In 2015, the World health Organization labeled processed meats with the same carcinogenic label as cigarettes. At the time Veg News reported that bacon, sausage, hot dogs, and other processed meats were all considered carcinogenic, and that lamb, beef, veal, and pork were “probably carcinogenic." There aren't many things people will still indulge in when they're considered to probably be carcinogenic, but meat has a powerful hold on both the markets and people's eating culture. 

In one country, at least, the science is starting to shift the culture. In the last six months, 28 percent of British people have drastically reduced their meat intake, according to Veg News.

Yes, IT IS like we’re trying to kill you with tempehtation. Just give-in already, k? 🍅🥑👌

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