According to a study published in
Public Health Nutrition researchers tracked the dietary habits of
592 African-American participants from the Adventist Health Study-2
and concluded that vegetarians and vegans have fewer heart disease
risk factors including lower blood pressure, half the risk of
diabetes, 44 percent and are 43 percent less likely to be obese,
compared with non-vegetarians.
Vegetarians and Vegans Have Lower Risk of Heart Disease.
ell-balanced plant-based diet are healthful, sustainable and less
abusive to our fellow Earthlings. Transitioning to a vegan diet is a
essential step in order to be good stewards of our bodies.
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