I read a couple articles on that study that came out recently; linking red-meat (and pork) consumption to higher rates of death. I'm going to read the actual study as soon as I can find a link to it. Basically it was implying that by eating 'massive' quantities of red-meat daily (8 oz.!!) you were increasing your chance of death by cancer/strokes/heart disease.
Now I understand the heart disease portion is easily preventable and monitorable. But I really would rather not get cancer. I'm thinking of replacing red meat, which I currently 12 oz. of every single night of the week, with some chicken and/or turkey a couple nights per week. Anyone else following suit?