Vegetarian/Vegan Women Weigh Less

A new study of over 55,000 Swedish women who ate little or no meat were less likely than their meat eating counterparts to be overweight.

On average, vegans had the lowest body mass, followed by vegetarians and then meat eaters.

This study again confirms that a plant-based diet leads to better health and less disease. Obesity is one of the top two conditions that lead to disease and death.

Just another reason to consider moving to a plant-based diet. :)

Read the full article at Yahoo Health.

All the best for your health!

Mark
http://vegandiet.blogspot.com

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