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Author: Lily Wilkinson
Date: August 2012
Journal: Nursing Standard
Issue: Volume 26, Number 52
Keywords: Nutition, Red Meat
A learning zone article inspired Lily Wilkinson to update her knowledge of helping patients to eat healthily. I have considered giving up meat many times, especially as some of my friends are vegetarian or vegan. I have even tried cooking without meat for a few days, but I always end up eating it again.Some friends have talked about the health benefits of not consuming meat and the importance of animal welfare. However, after reading the learning zone article, I have decided that the health benefits of eating red meat as part of a balanced diet are more important than trying to impress my friends.
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