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Tuesday, November 15, 2011


You might have heard that eating a vegetarian diet is healthier for you. But do you know that  the risk of cancer is low among vegetarians?Studies in England and Germany have shown that vegetarians are about 40 percent less likely to develop cancer compared to meat-eaters. Similarly, breast cancer rates are dramatically lower in nations, such as China, that follow plant-based diets.Meat and dairy products contribute to many forms of cancer, including cancer of the colon, breast, ovaries, and prostate.Harvard studies that included tens of thousands of women and men have shown that regular meat consumption increases colon cancer risk by roughly 300 percent. Studies from Cambridge Universityalso linked diets high in saturated fat to breast cancer.One of the many health benefits derived from a vegetarian diet is easy stomach digestion and bowel movement.Think about it, have you ever seen a fat vegetarian? Probably not. Often experts will tell you increase your vegetable and fibre intake. and  limit high-fat red meat, pork etc.When you eat a diet that’s higher in dietary fiber, you’re naturally healthier. Many diet plan fail because we think of them as depriving ourselves of food we love. There are so many undeniable reasons to eliminate meat from our diet, Let’s Focus on eating healthier and the possibility of weight loss and fitness when you do lose weight, so many other health risks can fall by the wayside as well.My 2012 health resolution will be100% vegan diet….think about it we can do this together….To your good health,Olatoun-graceny.


  1. great post, yeah we can do this when you consider the benefits. Keep us posted on how you get on with this resolution, lol.

  2. @oilychily thankyou i sure will we must do it