A new study by researchers at Stanford Medicine has found that switching red meat with 2 servings of certain plant-based alternatives may promote heart-health and lower some cardiovascular risks.
The study tracked more than 2,000 Greek adults over a 10-year period, beginning in 2002.
PETA India has sent letters to all the state and union territory education ministries, along with informative brochures explaining the health dangers of meat, egg, and dairy consumption.
A recent study stated that reducing the intake of animal products and adopting plant-based dietcan help in decreasing the risk of heart disease.
Following a plant-based diet may help in preventing risk for cardiovascular disease including blood pressure and heart attack. Six foods to include for healthy heart.
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As per a new study, opting for a plant-based diet can potentially reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to economy.
A new study has said that consuming a low-fat, plant-based diet can help lower mortality risk from breast cancer.
Researchers from the Department of Psychology at University of California, Davis, did an extensive survey to find out what factors compelled the non-vegetarians to turn into vegetarians.