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Golden Lifestyle Of Vegetarian: 1

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112 pages1 hour

Summary

Can becoming a vegetarian protect you against major diseases? Maybe if Compared with meat eaters. A vegetarian diet is associated with a higher consumption of fiber, folic acid, vitamins C and E, magnesium, unsaturated fat, and countless phytochemicals. This often results in vegetarians having lower cholesterol, being thinner, having lower blood pressure, and reduced risk of heart disease. “It can be one of the healthiest ways to eat because we know plant foods are loaded with nutrients to protect our health.” According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, an evidence-based review showed that a vegetarian diet is associated with a lower risk of death from ischemic heart disease.

But there may be some risk of becoming a vegan. Some research suggests that eating too much protein (in particular, animal protein) is bad for bones because it has the opposite effect. People who follow a vegetarian diet and especially a vegan diet may be at risk of getting insufficient vitamin D and vitamin K, both needed for bone health.

Read this e-book to find out about the health benefits or going vegan or just provide better information to your patients. And also find out the benefits and impacts on a vegetarian at different stages of life, i.e at different ages.

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