Vegetarian Eating Patterns and Heart Disease

Heart disease remains the number one killer in the US, with over 600,000 people dying of heart disease every year (based on recent CDC statistics). While age, sex, and hereditary are not in our control, plant-based diets have consistently been shown to prevent or treat symptoms of chronic diseases including diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and cancer.

A diet that contains whole grains, legumes...

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