Scientists advised to eat less red meat and more fiber
 According to a new report released by the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Cancer Institute, excessive consumption of red meat can cause the development of cancer, in particular, may increase the risk of tumors in the colon. According to the recommendations of scientists in a week people should eat no more than 500 grams of pork, beef or lamb.

Red meat, scientists are advised to replace foods rich in fiber. It is contained in raw vegetables, fruits, beans and some cereals.

Fiber is not digested in the body. But it creates a feeling of satiety, preventing overeating. Furthermore, improves motor activity of the intestine, helps to eliminate cholesterol from the body. Dietary fiber reduces the activity of the formation of the "new oil." Yes, in addition, the fiber has a slight diuretic effect, promoting the excretion of sodium and water. And, on the other hand, the fiber - a source of potassium and vitamins.

Author: Julia Gnedina