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WHAT YOU SHOULD BE EATING WITH YOUR STEAK

Aussie scientists say they've discovered a tasty way steak lovers can minimise the potential cancer-causing side effects. Eat a side dish of resistant starch.
Researchers at Flinders Uni in Adelaide say foods like beans, chickpeas, lentils and root veggies contain microbes that have an opposite effect on the colorectal cancer-promoting microRNAs. Ideally the root veggies should be cooked and cool, like a potato salad.

People who eat a lot of red meat are more likely to develop colon cancer, but high fibre eaters appear to have a reduced risk. 





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