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More evidence red meat may be bad for your heart

Updated: July 01, 2013

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A new study suggests frequent meat eaters should cut back on red meat—and should avoid L-carnitine supplements.

Think twice—or maybe three times—about taking L-carnitine supplements if you eat red meat.

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