Vegetarian Diet Reduces Risk of Fatal Heart Disease by One-Third
A new study reported in Medical News Today, and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concludes that a Vegetarian Diet reduces the risk of dying of heart disease by one-third!
Starting in the early 1990s the study followed 45,000 Europeans who volunteered for the study. 34 percent of volunteers did not eat meat or fish. Hospital admissions and deaths were tracked and during the study. The final tally showed a total of 1,235 identified cases of cardiovascular disease: 1,066 by hospital admission and 169 by death.