Becoming a vegetarian can help you prevent cancer illness. Isn’t this a great news? Because it is so easy…and we actually have alternatives, combined vegetarian.
A vegetarian diet can help the human body to protect against several cancer types, according to a British study published recently in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, informs BBC News.
Surprisingly, researchers found a relatively high rate of colorectal cancer – a disease associated with meat consumption – among vegetarians.
Although doctors recommend to all the patients to eat five fruits or vegetables daily to reduce the risk of cancer and other diseases, there are little evidence that show direct link between health and vegetarian diet.
The researchers divided the participants into four categories: “meat eaters”, “fish eaters”, “vegetarians” and “obsessed vegetarians”. During the monitoring period there were recorded fewer cancer cases than researchers expected, probably because the volunteers had a better health status than the majority population.
So, we advise you to look after your diet, a detoxification, in spring or autumn, won’t do you no harm, and if you can’t give up eating meat, at least try to include a large amount of vegetables and fruits in your every day “eating life”.