Originally published on April 9, 2013 10:22 am
Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic say the real problem isn’t the fat and cholesterol, but a little-known chemical called TMAO that shows up in the blood after someone eats red meat, the New York Times reports. It seems to be created by bacteria that live in our gut.
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