Kesehatan Vegan – Minimarket Vegan – dr. Satyawira Aryawan Deng

Pusat Makanan Sehat Organik, Natural, MPASI, Grosir & Eceran : https://www.tokopedia.com/kesehatanvegan & https://shopee.co.id/minimarketvegan


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Program Pencegahan & Pemulihan Diabetes Tipe 2

Kelebihan berat badan –>  berat badan ideal
Gula yang naik –> gula turun
Meningkatkan kepekaan insulin
Dosis obat yang tinggi –> dosis obat turun, terkontrol bebas obat
Keluhan neuropati –> membaik bahkan hilang
Masalah seksual –> dipulihkan
Mencegah komplikasi gangren, gagal ginjal, katarak, jantung
Penurunan kadar kholesterol
Penurunan tekanan darah

Informasi & Pendaftaran :

Praktek  dr. Satyawira Aryawan Deng

HP/WA : 087786651000, 08126769319,
BBM : 7D61059C, 29D0DDDD
Buka Jam 09.00 – 20.00 WIB


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12 Studi menunjukan Lemak Jenuh bukan hanya bahaya terhadap Jantung

12 Studi menunjukan Lemak Jenuh Bukan hanya bahaya terhadap Jantung

Penelitian menunjukkan bahwa menghindari lemak jenuh adalah cara terbaik untuk menjaga kesehatan jantung Anda, meskipun membingungkan temuan dalam  studi baru BMJ.

Pengaturan selain lemak jenuh ditemukan terutama dalam daging dan produk susu-dapat juga menurunkan risiko obesitas, diabetes, kanker, penyakit Alzheimer, dan kematian dini, serta masalah kesehatan lainnya. Mengikuti hanya selusin dari banyak penelitian  menunjukkan mengapa menghindari lemak jenuh adalah pilihan yang cerdas untuk menjaga kesehatan yang baik.
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Susu Meningkatkan Risiko Kematian dari Kanker Prostat: lemak jenuh dalam produk susu dapat meningkatkan risiko kematian akibat kanker prostat, menurut sebuah penelitian yang diterbitkan dalam International Journal of Cancer.
2. Diet tinggi lemak memperlambat Metabolisme: Diet tinggi lemak dapat mengubah bagaiman cara tubuh anda memproses nutrisi, menurut sebuah penelitian yang diterbitkan dalam Obesity.
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Lemak dihubungkan dengan resiko kanker payudara:tinggi lemak, diet tinggi kolesterol meningkatkan risiko kanker payudara, menurut sebuah penelitian yang diterbitkan Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.
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Diet tinggi lemak : meningkatkan risiko kanker payudara: wanita yang makan diet tinggi lemak dan peningkatan lemak jenuh berisiko terkena kanker payudara, menurut sebuah studi yang diterbitkan oleh National Cancer Institute.

5. Kesehatan Otak yang lebih baik dengan mengurangi lemak Jenuh: mengurangi konsumsi lemak jenuh dan trans mengurangi risiko penyakit Alzheimer dan demensia, menurut review yang diterbitkan dalam Neurobiology of Aging.
6. Diet l
emak  terkait dengan kanker dan kematian dini : diet tinggi lemak jenuh dan gula dapat meningkatkan risiko kematian akibat kanker pencernaan, termasuk perut dan kerongkongan, menurut American Institute for Cancer Research Annual Research Conference.
7. Diet rendah lemak jenuh
meningkatkan fungsi insulin : diet rendah rendah jenuh, diet tinggi serat membantu sensitivitas insulin, menurut sebuah penelitian yang diterbitkan dalam Diabetes Care.
8. Diet t
inggi lemak : meningkatkan protein otak dihubungkan penyakit Alzheimer: diet tinggi lemak, tinggi indeks glisemik meningkatkan konsentrasi protein dalam otak yang terkait dengan penyakit Alzheimer, menurut sebuah studi yang diterbitkan oleh American Medical Association.
9.
Masalah lemak untuk Diabetes Tipe 1: Makanan berlemak cenderung meningkat gula darah bagi penderita diabetes tipe 1, menurut sebuah studi yang diterbitkan oleh American Diabetes Association.
10. Intake t
inggi lemak dan Susu dikaitkan dengan kematian: Wanita yang mengkonsumsi produk susu yang tinggi lemak beresiko meninggal selama 12 tahun follow-up, dibandingkan dengan mereka yang mengkonsumsi sedikit, menurut sebuah penelitian yang diterbitkan oleh National Cancer Institute.
11.
Ya, Memutuskan makanan berlemak benar-benar  membantu anda menurunkan berat badan: Diet total rendah lemak menyebabkan menurunkan jumlah berat badan, dibandingkan dengan diet tinggi lemak, menurut review baru yang diterbitkan dalam British Medical Journal.
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Penurunan kognitif Terkait dengan diet lemak : Makanan berlemak dimakan selama setengah baya dapat mempercepat penurunan kognitif di kemudian hari, menurut penelitian dari Harvard Nurses ‘Health Study.

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These 12 Studies Show Saturated Fat Is Not Just a Heart Hazard

Research clearly shows that avoiding saturated fat is the best way to keep your heart healthy, despite confusing findings in a new BMJ study.

Setting aside saturated fat—found primarily in meat and dairy products—can also decrease your risk for obesity, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and early death, among other health issues. Following are just a dozen of the many studies showing why avoiding saturated fat is a smart choice for maintaining good health. Sign up for our Breaking Medical News to get the latest research on these and other nutrition and health topics.

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  1. Dairy Increases Risk for Death from Prostate Cancer: The saturated fat in dairy products may increase your risk of death from prostate cancer, according to a study published in the International Journal of Cancer.
  2. High-Fat Diet Slows Metabolism: A high-fat diet may change how your body processes nutrients, according to a study published in Obesity.
  3. Fat Linked to Breast Cancer Risk: A high-fat, high-cholesterol diet increases the risk for breast cancer, according to a study published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.
  4. A High-Fat Diet Increases Risk of Breast Cancer: Women who eat diets high in fat and saturated fat increase their risk of developing breast cancer, according to a study published by the National Cancer Institute.
  5. Better Brain Health with Less Saturated Fat: Reducing consumption of saturated and trans fats reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, according to a review published in Neurobiology of Aging.
  6. Fatty Diets Linked to Cancer and Early Death: Diets high in saturated fats and sugar may increase your risk of death from gastrointestinal cancers, including stomach and esophageal, according to a presentation at the American Institute for Cancer Research Annual Research Conference.
  7. Low-Saturated-Fat Diet Improves Insulin Function: Eating a low-saturated-fat, high-fiber diet helps with insulin sensitivity, according to a study published in Diabetes Care.
  8. High-Fat Diet Boosts Brain Proteins Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease: A high-fat, high-glycemic-index diet increases the concentration of proteins in the brain that are linked to Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study published by the American Medical Association.
  9. Fat Matters for Type 1 Diabetes: Fatty foods tend to increase blood sugars for people with type 1 diabetes, according to a study published by the American Diabetes Association.
  10. High-Fat Dairy Intake Linked to Mortality: Women who consumed the most high-fat dairy products were more likely to die during a 12-year follow-up, compared with those who consumed the least, according to a study published by the National Cancer Institute.
  11. Yes, Cutting Fatty Foods Really Does Help You Lose Weight: Diets lower in total fat led to lower total body weights, compared with diets higher in fat, according to a new review published in the British Medical Journal.
  12. Cognitive Decline Associated with Fat Intake: Fatty foods eaten during midlife may hasten cognitive decline in later life, according to research from the Harvard’s Nurses’ Health Study.

Referensi : http://www.pcrm.org/nbBlog/index.php/these-12-studies-show-saturated-fat-is-not-just-a-heart-hazard

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European Journal of Nutrition 2015 : Mengurangi lemak, memperbanyak karbohidrat baik untuk diabetes tipe 2

Menurunkan Lemak, Memperbanyak Karbohidrat baik untuk Diabetes Tipe 2

Mengurangi lemak diet sekaligus memperbanyak asupan karbohidrat yang terbaik untuk diabetes tipe 2, menurut sebuah penelitian yang diterbitkan secara online di European Journal of Nutrition. Para peneliti mengikuti diet pasien diabetes tipe 2 1785 sebagai bagian dari TOSCA.IT Study. Meningkat dari kurang dari 25 persen menjadi 35 persen atau lebih dari asupan makanan lemak meningkatkan trigliserida, kolesterol LDL, dan kadar HbA1c, sementara peningkatan dari kurang dari 45 persen menjadi 60 persen atau lebih di asupan karbohidrat kompleks menurunkan semua tingkat ini.
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Health effects of vegan diets

Abstract

Recently, vegetarian diets have experienced an increase in popularity. A vegetarian diet is associated with many health benefits because of its higher content of fiber, folic acid, vitamins C and E, potassium, magnesium, and many phytochemicals and a fat content that is more unsaturated. Compared with other vegetarian diets, vegan diets tend to contain less saturated fat and cholesterol and more dietary fiber. Vegans tend to be thinner, have lower serum cholesterol, and lower blood pressure, reducing their risk of heart disease. However, eliminating all animal products from the diet increases the risk of certain nutritional deficiencies. Micronutrients of special concern for the vegan include vitamins B-12 and D, calcium, and long-chain n–3 (omega-3) fatty acids. Unless vegans regularly consume foods that are fortified with these nutrients, appropriate supplements should be consumed. In some cases, iron and zinc status of vegans may also be of concern because of the limited bioavailability of these minerals.

 

Referensi : http://www.ajcn.org/content/89/5/1627S.full.pdf+html


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Dietary fiber intake and risk factors for cardiovascular disease in French adults1,2,3

 

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Background: Increased consumption of dietary fiber is widely recommended to maintain or improve health, but knowledge of the relation between dietary fiber sources and cardiovascular disease risk factors is limited. Continue reading


Protected: Risk of overweight and obesity among semivegetarian, lactovegetarian, and vegan women1,2,3,4 (password kesehatan vegan)

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Long-chain n–3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in plasma in British meat-eating, vegetarian, and vegan men1,2,3

Abstract

Background: Plasma concentrations of long-chain n−3 polyunsaturated fatty acids are lower in vegetarians and in vegans than in omnivores. No data are available on whether these concentrations differ between long- and short-term vegetarians and vegans. Continue reading


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Diet vegan terbaik utk PJK dalam Jurnal of Cardiologi th 2009

Menurut Jurnal of Cardiologi th 2009

Seorang vegan (yang tidak mengonsumsi daging, telur,& susu sapi) hanya mempunyai risiko terserang penyakit jantung koroner (PJK) 14 %

tidak makan daging tetapi masih menyantap susu & telur (vegetarian lakto-ovo), potensi terkena PJK sebesar 39 %

Pemakan daging : 50 %

makan daging + merokok : 70 %

Pembahasan lebih lanjut pd Kongres Vegetarian Sedunia di PRJ Jakarta 1-5 Okt’10


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Penelitian Manfaat Vegetarian

  1. Mencegah dan mengobati penyakit degeneratif / kronis : PJK, Kanker, Stroke, DM, Osteoporosis, dll
  2. Menurunkan kadar lemak jenuh, kolesterol dan protein hewani
  3. Meningkatkan kadar karbohidrat, serat, magnesium, kalium, folat dan antioksidan seperti vitamin C dan E dan fitokimia
  4. Memiliki indeks massa tubuh (IMT) yang lebih rendah daripada non-vegetarian
  5. Menunjukkan kadar kolesterol darah dan tekanan darah yang lebih rendah, kejadian hipertensi, diabetes tipe 2 dan kanker prostat dan kolon yang lebih rendah (ADA, 2003). Continue reading


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Pengaruh Tempe terhadap Kadar Gula Darah dan Kesembuhan Luka pada Tikus Diabetik

Dian S. Ghozali1, Ekowati Handharyani2, Rimbawan3

1Instalasi Gizi, RSU Daerah Sangatta, Kutai Timur, Kalimantan Timur

2Dept. Patologi, Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Institut Pertanian Bogor

3Dept. Gizi Masyarakat, Fakultas Ekologi Manusia, Institut Pertanian Bogor

KESIMPULAN

Pemberian tempe berpengaruh positif terhadap penurunan gula darah dan kecepatan kesembuhan luka pada tikus diabetes.

PENDAHULUAN

Tempe merupakan makanan tradisional Indonesia yang dijuluki “superfood”. Predikat tersebut diberikan oleh karena pengaruh manfaat dan nilai gizi tempe terhadap kesehatan. Meskipun demikian popularitasnya menurun seiring citra buruk tempe (dibuat dengan cara dan teknologi tidak higienis) yang masih melekat 1. Tempe telah hampir 7 tahun digunakan  oleh tenaga medis dan gizi di Continue reading


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Consumption and Fate of Aflatoxin B1 by Lactating Cows

Carl E. Polan,1* Johnnie R. Hayes,2 and T. Colin Campbell2

Four lactating cows, in a Latin square design. were fed concentrate containing either 10, 50, 250, or 1250 ppb of aflatoxin 131 (AFB1) for 14 days with no AFB1 for 56 days between treat­ment. Within squares the cow on the highest dose received [3H]AFBi to follow excretion pat­terns. AFM1 in milk increased to day 4 with little change through day 14 in cows fed 250 and 1250 ppb of AFB1. Two days after treatment cessation Continue reading


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Breast cancer and dietary and plasma concentrations of carotenoids and vitamin A1-3

Nancy Po4ischman, Charles E McCulloch, Tim Byers, Takuma Nemoto, Nancy .Stubbe, Robert Milch, Robert Parker, Kathleen Al Rasmussen, Martin Root. Saxon Graham, and T Colin Campbell

ABSTRACT A case-control study of breast cancer was conducted in Buffalo. Participants completed a food frequency questionnaire and donated a fasting blood sample before de­finitive workup for breast masses. Dietary and plasma concen­trations of carotenoids and retinol for 83 women found to have breast cancer were compared with those of 113 women found to he free of breast cancer (control subjects). Continue reading


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Bovine Liver Metabolism and Tissue Distribution of Aflatoxin B1

Johnnie R. Hayes, Carl. K Polan, and T. Colin Campbell*

Studies were undertaken to determine which of the aflatoxin (AF) metabolites may occur as significant residues in edible meat products from cows fed AFB,. In the first experiment, He-labeled AFI31 was incubated with bovine liver preparations to determine which metabolites could be produced. Continue reading


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Assessment of a modified household food weighing method in a study of bone health in China

J.-F. Hu1, X.-H. Zhao2, B. Parpial, J.-S. Chen2 and T. C. Campbell’

‘Division of Nutritional Sciences. Cornell Universir•. Ithaca, NY 14853, USA: and 2lnstitute of Nutrition and Food Hygiene, Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, Beijing, China

Objective: A ‘modified’ household dietary method to estimate individual intakes from total household intakes was evaluated in comparison to the individual food weighing method, i.e. direct weighing of foods consumed by individuals. Continue reading


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Aflatoxin Metabolism by Liver Microsomal Preparations of Two Different Species

R. S. Portman, K. M. Plowman, and T. C. Campbell Virginia Polytechnic Institute

Blacksburg, Virginia

Aflatoxin, the well known carcinogen produced by the mold Aspergillus  flavus, has been shown to relatively ineffective in producing characteristic toxicity (Platonow, 1964) and liver cancer symptoms (Newberne et al., 1965) in mice. Continue reading


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Hubungan Antara Kanker Payudara, Plasma Trigliserida, & Kolesterol

Associations Between Breast Cancer,

Plasma Triglycerides, and Cholesterol

Nancy Potischman, Charles E. McCulloch, Tim Byers, Leah Houghton,

Abstract

A case-control study investigating the association between plasma lipids and breast cancer was conducted among women aged 30-80 in Buffalo, NY. All eligible women from a large breast clinic and two area physicians’ offices were requested to participate over a one-year period. Continue reading


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Effect of a Low–Glycemic Index or a High–Cereal Fiber Diet on Type 2 Diabetes A Randomized Trial

Context Clinical trials using antihyperglycemic medications to improve glycemic control have not demonstrated the anticipated cardiovascular benefits. Low–glycemic index diets may improve both glycemic control and cardiovascular risk factors for patients with type 2 diabetes but debate over their effectiveness continues due to trial limitations. Continue reading


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Effect of Ingestion of Meat on Plasma Cholesterol of Vegetarians

Frank M. Sacks, MD; Allan Donner, PhD; William P. Castelli, MD; James Gronemeyer, DO;

Peter Pletka, MD; Harry S. Margolius, MD, PhD; Lewis Landsberg, MD; Edward H. Kass, MD, PhD

In a controlled trial, 21 strict vegetarians were studied prospectively for eight weeks: a two-week control period of the usual vegetarian diet was followed by four weeks, during which 250 g of beef was added isocalorically to the daily vegetarian diet and then by two weeks of the control diet. Continue reading


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Plasma Lipoprotein Levels in Vegetarians The Effect of Ingestion of Fats From Dairy Products

Frank M. Sacks, MD; Dean Ornish, MD; Bernard Rosner, PhD; Sandra McLanahan, MD;

William P. Castelli, MD; Edward H. Kass, MD, PhD

The influence of dairy foods in the diet on plasma levels of total, low-density lipoprotein, and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (TC, LDL-C, and HDL-C, respectively) was studied in 75 adult lactovegetarians living in the northeastern United States. Dairy products were the major sources of dietary saturated fat and cholesterol. Continue reading


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Homosistein dan penyakit kardiovaskular

Homosistein dan penyakit kardiovaskular:

Pembuktian penyebab dari meta-analisis

David S Wald, Malcolm Hukum, Joan K Morris

Abstrak

Tujuan Untuk menilai hubungan konsentrasi serum homosistein dengan penyakit jantung iskemik, Deep Vein Thrombosis ( DVT ), emboli paru-paru, dan stroke adalah sebagai penyebab penyakit tersebut, jika demikian, untuk mengukur efek pengurangan homosistein dalam pencegahan penyakit tersebut. Continue reading


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Perlunya Penanganan Segera pada Stroke Iskemik

TERAPI MEDIS, LITIK, NEUROPROTEKTIF DAN ENDOVASKULAR

DARI STROKE ISKEMIK

KESIMPULAN

Pengobatan stroke iskemik telah berubah secara drastic dalam sepuluh tahun terakhir. Penelitian yang dilakukan secara klinis dan pengetahuan dasar, telah membuktikan pentingnya dalam memulihkan aliran darah dan mencegah kerusakan iskemik permanen. Pada beberapa jam pertama yang kritis setelah onset iskemia, terapi intervensi dipilih, dan secara cepat dilakukan, dapat menimbulkan hasil akhir yang baik pada pasien. Perawatan yang didasarkan pada prinsip ini akan membantu untuk menurunkan beban yang dialami individu, keluarga, dan social akibat penyakit ini Continue reading


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Tingkat Penyakit pada Vegetarian dan Vegan

Disease Rates of Vegetarians and Vegans

Referensi :

http://www.veganhealth.org/articles/dxrates/

Conclusion

In summary, not enough is yet known about vegan mortality to draw any conclusions other than that vegans do not have unusually high rates of mortality and they probably do better than the average person due either to diet or a healthier lifestyle.

Below is a summary of the research done on mortality and disease rates of vegetarians. It does not include cancer rates which can be found on the Cancer, Vegetarianism, and Diet page.

For an explanation of the different types of studies and their pros and cons, please see the article Basics of Nutrition Research.

The following studies have compared disease rates between people with different diets but similar lifestyles:


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Diabetes tipe 2 dan Vegan Diet

Referensi :

http://www.veganhealth.org/articles/diabetestwo/

Summary

A series of studies have shown that a very low fat, mostly whole foods vegan diet can lower body weight, reduce blood sugar, and improve other parameters for type 2 diabetes.

A cross-sectional study of the Adventist Health Study-2 population showed vegans to have a 68% lower rate of diabetes than non-vegetarians. Continue reading


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Penanda Penyakit: Kolesterol-Tekanan Darah-Berat Badan-Homosistein

Disease Markers: Cholesterol Levels, Blood Pressure, Body Weight, Homocysteine

Referensi :

http://www.veganhealth.org/articles/dxmarkers/

Numerous studies have measured cholesterol levels, blood pressure, obesity, and other markers of disease in vegans. Most of these studies included information on lacto-ovo vegetarians (LOV), fish-eaters, and non-vegetarians (NV). This article surveys those published in the 25 years before 2003. Not much was published on vegans before that time.

In summary, the evidence shows:

  • Vegans have lower total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides, while having about the same HDL cholesterol of LOV and NV.
  • Vegans have lower rates of high blood pressure than LOV and NV.
  • Vegans have a lower BMI and body fat percentage than LOV and NV. People who have been vegan for more than 5 years have the lowest BMI of all diet groups studied here. Continue reading


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Nutritional Factors in Menstrual Pain and Premenstrual Syndrome


Neal D. Barnard, M.D.

Disorders of menstrual function can be taxing and sometimes even disabling. Up to 10 percent of women in their teens and early twenties suffer from severe menstrual pain. In most cases, there is no identifiable cause. However, for some women, the pain is a symptom of endometriosis (a condition in which cells that normally line the uterus have ended up in the abdominal cavity), adenomyosis (the existence of islands of uterine lining cells deep within the uterine muscle), fibroids (the presence of overgrown muscle cells in the wall of the uterus), or other conditions.1 Nutritional factors appear to play an important role in managing menstrual pain. Continue reading


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Hubungan Vegetarian dan Kanker

Referensi :

http://www.veganhealth.org/articles/cancer/

There has not been enough data on vegans to determine their cancer rates.

The tables below show the results of cancer mortality and incidence rates from all studies that have looked at vegetarians. Unless otherwise noted, the rates are given for mortality, not incidence. Statistically significant findings are in red type. As you can see, most studies have not shown a difference between vegetarians and meat-eaters regarding cancer.

If you are not familiar with them, click here for a quick explanation of Disease Rate Statistics. Continue reading


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Meat Consumption and Risk of Colorectal Cancer

Context Consumption of red and processed meat has been associated with colorectal cancer in many but not all epidemiological studies; few studies have examined risk in relation to long-term meat intake or the association of meat with rectal cancer. Continue reading


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Optimal Diets for Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease

Context Coronary heart disease (CHD) remains the leading cause of mortality in industrialized countries and is rapidly becoming a primary cause of death worldwide. Thus, identification of the dietary changes that most effectively prevent CHD is critical. Continue reading


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Cereal, Fruit, and Vegetable Fiber Intake and the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Elderly Individuals

Context People older than 65 years are the fastest-growing segment of the population and account for the majority of cardiovascular disease (CVD) morbidity, mortality, and health care expenditures. Additionally, the influence of dietary habits on risk may be less pronounced in elderly persons, when atherosclerosis is more advanced. However, few data address the influence of diet on CVD risk in this population. Continue reading


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Fruit and Vegetable Intake in Relation to Risk of Ischemic Stroke


Context Few studies have evaluated the relationship between fruit and vegetable intake and cardiovascular disease.

Objective To examine the associations between fruit and vegetable intake and ischemic stroke. Continue reading