The Big Health Dilemma • episode "1/2" Should I Eat Meat

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Dr Michael Mosley finds out what eating beef and bacon every day does to his health.

Should I Eat Meat • 2 episodes •

The Big Health Dilemma

Dr Michael Mosley finds out what eating beef and bacon every day does to his health.

Health

How to Feed the Planet

Dr Michael Mosley finds out what impact meat production is having on the planet.

Environment

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