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|上身||shàngshēn||to affect the body|
|世界卫生组织||shìjiè wèishēng zǔzhī||World Health Organization|
ài chī jiāgōng hóng ròu ma ?xiǎoxīn áizhèng shàngshēn 。
Do you like eating processed red meat? You should be careful you don't get cancer.
shìjièwèishēngzǔzhī zài zuìxīn fābiǎo de bàogào zhōng shuō ，cháng chī jiāgōng ròu lìrú péigēn 、xiāngcháng yǐjí huǒtuǐ quèshí kěnéng zēngjiā líhuàn áizhèng de fēngxiǎn 。
The World Health Organization in its most recently published report stated that eating processed red meat, such as bacon, sausages and ham could actually raise the risk of suffering from cancer.
bàogào zhōng zhǐchū ，yītiān chī wǔshí kè de jiāgōng ròu ，yějiùshìshuō bùdào liǎng piàn péigēn ，jiù kěnéng tígāo líhuàn zhícháng ái bǎifēnzhī shíbā de jīlǜ 。zhìyú chī yībān wèi jiāgōng de hóng ròu “kěnéng zhìái ”zhège shuōfǎ mùqián zhèngjù yǒuxiàn 。
In the report is said eating 50 grams of processed meat a day, which is less than two slices of bacon, can increase your chances of suffering rectal cancer by 18 percent. There is currently limited evidence as to the theory that non-processed red meat might lead to cancer.
hóng ròu bāokuò niúròu 、yángròu hé zhūròu ，tāmen de yánsè piān shēn ，yuányīn shì zhèxiē ròulèi de xiěhóngdànbái hé jīhóngdànbái 、tiě hánliàng bǐjiào gāo 。
Red meats include beef, lamb and pork, they are darker in color, this is because these kinds of meats contain higher levels of hemoglobin, myoglobin and iron.
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