High-Protein Diet Linked to Heart Failure in Older Women

A new study covered by CNN Health shows that postmenopausal women who eat a high-protein diet, especially in the form of meat, have an almost double risk of heart failure than those who eat less protein or more vegetable protein. While scientists said it’s possible that vegetable protein eaters may have all-round healthier lifestyles, it’s true there are very real risks of consuming too much protein, such as elevated blood sugar, weight gain, kidney stress, leaching of bone...

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