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Veggies Are Good for the Heart

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Not super surprising that less (no) meat = less heart attacks - but useful nonetheless.
From the MedPageToday post.

"Vegetarians are less likely to develop ischemic heart disease than those who eat meat, British researchers found.

In a prospective study, vegetarians in England and Scotland had a 32% lower risk of hospitalization or death from ischemic heart disease than nonvegetarians (HR 0.68, 95% CI 0.58 to 0.81), Francesca Crowe, PhD, of Oxford University, and colleagues reported online in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition."

Read the full post here: Veggies Are Good for the Heart.

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