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Heart disease: The habit making you 'almost twice as likely to have a heart attack'


It states: “A cooked breakfast containing two typical British sausages and two rashers of bacon is equivalent to 130g.”

The NHS notes that eating a lot of saturated fat can raise cholesterol levels in the blood, and having high cholesterol raises your risk of coronary heart disease.

The NHS also notes if you eat a lot of red or processed meat, it’s recommended that you cut down as there is likely to be a link between red and processed meat and bowel cancer.

It adds: “A healthy balanced diet can include protein from meat, as well as from fish and eggs or non-animal sources such as beans and pulses. Meats such as chicken, pork, lamb and beef are all rich in protein.”

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