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Study shows vegetarians have healthier disease markers than meat-eaters – Hindustan Times

A new study done on 1,66,000 adults has shown that vegetarians have a healthier biomarker profile in comparison to meat-eaters. It also showed that smoking and…



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Vegetarians appear to have a healthier biomarker profile than meat-eaters, and this applies to adults of any age and weight, and is also unaffected by smoking and alcohol consumption, according to a new study in over 166,000 UK adults, being presented at week’s European Congress on Obesity (ECO), held online this year.
Biomarkers can have bad and good health effects, promoting or preventing cancer, cardiovascular and age-related diseases, and other chronic conditions, and have been widely used to…

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