Study: Vegetarian diet cuts diabetes risk in blacks

11/9/2011 | International Business Times

Researchers at Loma Linda University found that blacks who follow a vegan diet have a 70% reduced risk of developing diabetes, while lacto-ovo vegetarians, who eat dairy but not meat, have a 53% lower risk. Blacks who exercise three or more times per week appear to have a 35% decreased risk.

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