Leaving meat out of your diet? It could cause issues. A new study shows vegetarians are at higher risk of suffering depression compared to those who eat meat and consume a conventional balanced diet. Without meat, a vegetarian’s diet tends to have less vitamin B12 consumption, as well as greater intake of nuts that contain omega-6 fatty acids, which have been linked with an increased risk of mental health problems.
Leaving meat out of your diet? It could cause issues. A new study shows vegetarians are at higher risk of suffering depression compared to those who eat meat and consume a conventional balanced diet. Without meat, a vegetarian’s diet tends to have less vitamin B12 consumption, as well as greater intake of nuts that contain omega-6 fatty acids, which have been linked with an increased risk of mental health problems. Bryant-Jon Anteola The Fresno Bee
Leaving meat out of your diet? It could cause issues. A new study shows vegetarians are at higher risk of suffering depression compared to those who eat meat and consume a conventional balanced diet. Without meat, a vegetarian’s diet tends to have less vitamin B12 consumption, as well as greater intake of nuts that contain omega-6 fatty acids, which have been linked with an increased risk of mental health problems. Bryant-Jon Anteola The Fresno Bee

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