Tip Content Provided By: Cleveland Clinic
While red meat is usually one of the first things a doctor will tell you to limit for a healthy heart, it's important to monitor how you're cooking in general. A new study showed a link between high-temperature cooking (charring, grilling, roasting, broiling, etc.) of meat and high blood pressure, due to a chemical that forms during the process.
Learn more about the study and what it means for you with these insights from Cleveland Clinic Preventative Cardiologist Haitham Ahmed, MD.
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