THE 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC), during a closed-door meeting in December, omitted lean meat from proposed recommendations for a healthy diet, which caused many in the meat industry to comment on the implications of such a move.
The advisory group is charged with revising the Dietary Guidelines for Americans every five years.
During the past year, the DGAC Subcommittee 2 examined the common characterist
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