It is a nice summer day, the family is out cooking on the grill innocently thinking that they are just preparing food for their family. Now in recent news there now is a connection between charing meat and prostate cancer. Maybe next 4rth of July you will settle with more healthy options.
New research led by the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), offers further evidence of a link between aggressive prostate cancer and meat consumption, and suggests it is driven largely by consumption of grilled or barbecued red meat, especially when it is well-done. The researchers hope their findings will help determine which potential cancer-causing compounds should be the target of prostate cancer prevention strategies.