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Vegetarian Diet Cuts Heart Risk by 32%, Study Says

Vegetarians were 32 percent less likely to be hospitalized or die from heart disease than people who ate meat and fish, scientists at England’s Oxford University reported.

The researchers followed almost 45,000 adults, one-third of them vegetarians, for an average of 11 1/2 years and accounted for factors such as their age, whether they smoked, alcohol consumption, physical activity, education and socio-economic background, according to the study published today in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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Vegetarian diet could slash heart disease risk by a third, say EPIC researchers

British vegetarians have a 32% lower risk of hospitalisation or death from
heart disease than comparable non-vegetarians, according to new data from
the University of Oxford.

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