Tag Archive: vegan study

Jan 28

Plant-Based Meal More Filling than Meat-Based Meal, According to Study

In a study that compared the satiability of beans and peas to veal and pork, it was found that the plant-based meal is more filling. “Recent nutrition recommendations advocate a reduction in protein from animal sources (pork, beef) because of environmental concerns”, begins the study’s abstract. “Instead, protein from vegetable sources (beans, peas) should be …

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Jun 24

Study: Vegetarians Have Significantly Reduced Risk of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

A study published this week by the U.S. National Institute of Health, and published in print by the journal Neurogastroenterology & Motility, has found that a vegetarian diet is associated with a significantly reduced risk of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), compared to diets where meat is consumed on a regular basis. “Although several dietary factors …

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Jan 18

Decade-Long Study Finds Vegan Diet Drastically Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk

A new decade-long study with over 26,000 participants has found that those following a plant-based vegan diet have a significantly lower risk of prostate cancer. The study, which appears in this month’s issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (unfortunately an online version of the study is not yet available, though we’ll update this …

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Jan 15

Study Finds that Even 7 Days on a Low-Fat Vegan Diet Can Have Significant Health Benefits

It is thoroughly documented that the rich Western diet, which is heavy on animal source foods, fat-laden foods and sugary processed foods, is a major contributor to issues such as type 2 diabetes, autoimmune disorders and other diseases that can cause disability and death. It has been a subject of major debate, however, to determine …

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