Britons still refuse to give up sausages – despite health chiefs warning of the cancer risks associated with eating processed meats
Britons are refusing give up sausages, despite health chiefs warning of the cancer risks from eating processed meats, a survey has found.
More than one in ten confesses to eating two packs a month.
A 2015 report from the World Health Organisation warned that eating just 50g of processed meat a day – equivalent to a single sausage – increases the risk of developing bowel cancer by 18 per cent.
The Daily Mail covers all the important stories, including this valuable piece of research showing that people refuse to abandon sausages, no matter what warnings the WHO gives about the potentially-carcinogenic nature of sausages. Who commissioned a poll to say that people like sausages?
However, a survey of 2,000 UK meat-eaters carried out by debbie&andrew’s sausages found that Britain is nowhere near ready to give up on cooked breakfasts and toad-in-the-hole.
That’s right – a sausage manufacturer says you shouldn’t stop eating sausages.