Heart Beat: August 2013

A large, observational study of middle-aged Americans found that vegetarians were 12 percent less likely to die within the next six years than their meat-eating counterparts. Study participants classified as vegetarians ranged from those who were vegans to those who ate meat once a week. Men who ate a vegetarian diet saw an especially lower risk of dying from ischemic heart disease or cardiovascular disease.
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