A new study reveals that there are more benefits to being a vegetarian.
According to zeenews.com a new study from the University of Oxford states that being hospitalized or even death is 32 percent lower in vegetarians.
It doesn’t stop here.
Lower cholesterol, a significantly lower heart disease risk, lower blood pressure, less likely to become diabetic, and a slimmer physique are all on a vegetarian resume revealed BeWellPhilly.
“Most of the difference in risk is probably caused by effects on cholesterol and blood pressure, and shows the important role of diet in the prevention of heart disease,” explains Dr. Francesca Crowe.
Unbeknownst to many, heart disease is the leading cause of death for most in the majority of countries around the world. The results of this research emphasize the importance of a healthy diet, and now draw focus to the impact of a vegetarian diet.
This the largest study of its kind comparing meat munchers to garden gobblers. There were almost 45,000 volunteers from England and Scotland.