Kids With High IQs Grow Up to Be Vegetarians
"The evidence linking vegetarianism to good health outcomes is very strong,
" said Dr. David L. Katz, the director of the Prevention Research Center
and an associate professor of public health at the
Yale University School of Medicine.
"Studies, for example, of vegetarian Seventh-Day Adventists in
California suggest that they have lower rates of almost all major
chronic diseases, and greater longevity, than their omnivorous
counterparts," Katz said.
"Evidence is also strong and consistent that greater intelligence,
higher education, and loftier social status --
which tend to cluster with one another -- also
correlate with good health."
British researchers have found that children's IQ
predicts their likelihood of becoming vegetarians
as young adults -- lowering their risk for cardiovascular
disease in the process
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