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Page creatorChef (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation17:26, 8 March 2013
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Processed meat leads to an early death - Cookipedia The Cook's wiki
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A landmark report regarding effects eating proccessed meat was released by researchers from BMC Medecine. The study followed 5000,000 people over a 13 year period from all over Europe. Over the period of the study, 1 person in every 17 died
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