Vegetarian diets really do lower cholesterol but can also result in nutrient deficiencies if they're based on processed foods

Vegetarian diets really do lower cholesterol but can also result in nutrient deficiencies if they're based on processed foods
(Natural News) A typical vegetarian diet, one that restricts meat consumption to less than one serving a month, is both detoxifying and regenerative for the body. Most animal flesh strains the digestive system, raises inflammation levels in the body, increases acidity, and hinders nutrient absorption. A review of nearly 50 studies shows that, for the…
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