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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Vegans Have Lower Diabetes, Heart Risk

Vegans Have Lower Diabetes, Heart Risk

A new study finds that a meat free diet seems to lower a person's likelihood of having risks factors for diabetes or heart disease and therefore, may lower the risk of one developing those illness. Researchers measures several factors such as blood sugar, blood fats, blood pressure, waist size and body mass - that when elevated add up to metabolic syndrome, and found that vegetarians were lower than non vegetarian on all measures except cholesterol. Having metabolic syndrome put people at a greater risk of developing diabetes and heart disease so consume more vegetables now in your diet and reduce meat and eat moderately.

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