Vegetarians May Not Be As Healthy As They Think

Vegetarians May Not Be As Healthy As They Think

Vegetarians may have more healthy habits than meat eaters but researchers say that overall their diet leaves them in a poorer state of health compared to other diets.
Vegetarians may not be as healthy as they think.

Austrian researchers say while vegetarians are more physically active, drink and smoke less overall their diet leaves them in a poorer state of health when compared to other diets.

Investigators say a vegetarian diet carries elevated risks of cancer, allergies and mental health disorders.

While the study did show the vegetarian diet may not be optimal for all, the team urges further research.

In other health news, milk really does "do the body good" because drinking fat-free or low-fat milk may help delay the progression of knee osteo-arthritis.

A study from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston followed more than 2,000 patients with knee osteo-arthritis for up to four years.

The researchers found women who frequently drank milk had a slower progression of the joint disease.

No such effect was found in men.
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