The Truth about Meat

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Science Documentary hosted by Chris Bavin, published by BBC in 2016 - English narration

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Fresh or processed, white or red - how does meat measure up? It's been getting a lot of bad press recently with new links to cancer and heart disease. But 98 per cent of us in the UK are still meat eaters. Chris Bavin, a greengrocer by trade and a carnivore by nature, wants to know if he can keep meat in his diet and stay healthy. He teams up with top scientists to put meat under the microscope and examine it as never before. They follow 40 volunteers on a groundbreaking study to find out exactly how much meat is good for us, test whether paying more for chicken makes it any better for us, discover a way to dramatically reduce the health risks associated with processed meats and reveal an unlikely lean supermeat that won't break the bank.

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  • General
  • Format : Matroska
  • File size : 1.64 GiB
  • Duration : 58 min 54 s
  • Overall bit rate : 3993 kb/s
  • Video
  • ID : 1
  • Format : AVC High@L4 CABAC
  • Resolution : 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Display aspect ratio : 16:9
  • Frame rate mode : Constant
  • Frame rate : 25 FPS
  • Scan type : MBAFF, Interleaved fields, Top Field First
  • Scan type, store method : Interleaved fields
  • Audio
  • Format : AC-3
  • Duration : 58 min 54 s
  • Bit rate : 192 kb/s constant
  • Channel(s) : 2 channels
  • Language : English

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