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As little as 5 oz of processed meat per week increases risk of heart disease

A large study conducted for almost 10 years finds that eating even small amounts of processed meat, like sausages, can significantly increase the risk of heart disease and death.

Experts say the high salt, preservative, and fat content of these foods might be why. They encourage people to eat a more plant-based diet while avoiding saturated fat.

Researchers from McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences in Canada have found that eating as little as 6 ounces of processed meat per week could significantly increase the risk of heart disease and death.

Meat is considered processed if it’s been preserved by smoking, salting, curing, or adding preservatives.

That’s the equivalent of eating just two sausages — in a week.