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04 April 2011

Vegetarians could have a lower diabetes, heart risk

A new study finds that a meat-free diet seems to lower a person's likelihood of having certain risk factors for diabetes or heart disease.

A new study finds that a meat-free diet seems to lower a person's likelihood of having certain risk factors for diabetes or heart disease.

"I was expecting there should be a difference," said Dr Nico Rizzo of Loma Linda University, the lead researcher on the study. "But I didn't expect that it would be that much."

 
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