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:Breaking News One - British sausages 'free from cancer', but bratwursts risky British sausages are virtually free of cancer-causing chemicals, health experts have discovered.But there is still a risk from bratwurst-type sausages popular in Germany, as they use nitrates and nitrites as preservatives.New research from Queen's University Belfast overturns previous findings reported by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2015, which suggested processed meat, including British sausages, could increase the risk of cancer as much as asbetos, alcohol and cigarettes.However, British sausages were found not to have the same risks as other processed foods because of the way they are made.Out of 117 brands tested, 97 per cent were found to contain no nitrates or nitrites and included Tesco Finest, Asda Extra Special, Heck and Rankin Selection.Speaking to The Sun on Sunday, lead researcher Dr Marie Cantwell said:'It is now clear that the British sausage industry is very different.'Almost all British-style sausages in the UK do not contain nitrates or nitrites.'It’s likely that this isn’t clearly understood by consumers. This is due to misleading warnings on risks of processed meat, without clarifying the stark difference between those with added nitrates or nitrites and those without.'The WHO report published two years ago said that just 50g of processed meat a day – less than one sausage – increases the risk of bowel cancer by almost a fifth.The report also classified red meat as ‘probably carcinogenic’ – one rank below – but added that it had some nutritional benefits.Dr Kurt Straif from the WHO said: ‘For an individual, the risk of developing colorectal (bowel) cancer because of their consumption of processed meat remains small, but this risk increases with the amount of meat consumed.’Red meat does have nutritional value too and is a major source of protein, iron, zinc and vitamin B12 which protect the immune system.But Professor Tim Key, Cancer Research UK's epidemiologist at the University of Oxford, said: ‘We've known for some time about the probable link between red and processed meat and bowel cancer, which is backed by substantial evidence.‘This decision doesn't mean you need to stop eating any red and processed meat.‘But if you eat lots of it you may want to think about cutting down.'You could try having fish for your dinner rather than sausages, or choosing to have a bean salad for lunch over a BLT.‘Eating a bacon bap every once in a while isn't going to do much harm - having a healthy diet is all about moderation.’Processed meat describes anything that has had chemicals added to it to help preserve it such as ham, salami and chorizo.Government guidelines introduced in 2011 recommend that adults eat no more than 70g of red or processed meat each day.Dr Rachel Thompson, head of research interpretation at the World Cancer Research Fund UK said: ‘If people can avoid it, (processed meat) they should.‘It’s better to get what you need from fresh red meat.‘Processed meat contains more salt and fat and there is likely to be a hi Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5140757/British-sausages-free-cancer-bratwursts-risky.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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