Nutrition and Health – The Association between Eating Behavior and Various Health Parameters: A Matched Sample Study

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"Our study has shown that Austrian adults who consume a vegetarian diet are less healthy (in terms of cancer, allergies, and mental health disorders), have a lower quality of life, and also require more medical treatment. Therefore, a continued strong public health program for Austria is required in order to reduce the health risk due to nutritional factors. Moreover, our results emphasize the necessity of further studies in Austria, for a more in-depth analysis of the health effects of different dietary habits."

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  • The study is about vegetarians in Austria. Nothing to do with Australia.

  • There's one similar study on Australia too :)

  • You submitted for Australia and not Austria

    There's a similar study on Australia also.

  • I am seeing the study of 2014. On Australia again there's similar trend quoted based on a study same period:

    "So it was startling last year when Australian researchers revealed that vegetarians reported being less optimistic about the future than meat eaters. What's more, they were 18 percent more likely to report depression and 28 percent more likely to suffer panic attacks and anxiety.

    A separate German study backs this up, finding that vegetarians were 15 percent more prone to depressive conditions and twice as likely to suffer anxiety disorders."

  • ~1/8th (or around that ballpark) of US Per Capita consumption of meat in India doesn't cause much cancer. Even non veg Indians are not hogging so much red meat.

    It's the charring of meat that's more cancerous, not so much the slow cooked ones. So minimal barbeque, minimal grilling, just curry based stuff and it's all good to go. So, we enjoy best of both the worlds :)

  • Search yourself.

    No need lace it with terms like your favorite etc. I can guaranty that I cannot be provoked, however much one tries.

  • Study "AGE" (not umar) and no need to get personal. If you still get personal, you will be ignored.

  • here r nice articles for ppl who r in online world:

  • No, when data/study is presented it cannot be trolling. trolling is when ppl start adding personal comment against ppl here. dat's when the ignore sets in. there's a mature way of discussing. and, btw, this is not a vegan only forum.

    #8 #9 is for product sellers -- it could apply to Barnard book. So, when someone talks against that, pr team of barnard has to come in and deal with it.

    before that #2 comes.

    if u wish to carry on the way you do, please do. don't expect a reply then.