A group of British researchers told pregnant women to eat a pound of red meat per day; they subsequently found that the more meat a woman ate the more likely her child was to have high levels of cortisol, a stress hormone. “We are very interested in fetal programming,” said the lead researcher. | Harper's Magazine

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A group of British researchers told pregnant women to eat a pound of red meat per day; they subsequently found that the more meat a woman ate the more likely her child was to have high levels of cortisol, a stress hormone. “We are very interested in fetal programming,” said the lead researcher.

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A group of British researchers told pregnant women to eat a pound of red meat per day; they subsequently found that the more meat a woman ate the more likely her child was to have high levels of cortisol, a stress hormone. “We are very interested in fetal programming,” said the lead researcher.

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