Sunday, 8 January 2012

Vegetarians and heart disease

Vegetarians and heart disease, it's based on how to eat, no matter what your reasons for eating vegetarian food, no one denies that the health benefits, which is clearly derived from the addition of the consumption of red meat from your diet. Most, vegetarian contain levels of blood fats, cholesterol and triglyceride levels than meat eaters age and the same social status. High levels of blood fats associated with an increased risk of heart disease. Pollo vegetarians, those who sometimes eat eggs, meat and milk, which contains saturated fat which can raise cholesterol, will have higher cholesterol than vegans, because vegan anti to all foods of animal origin, but Pollo vegetarians generally have lower cholesterol levels than those eating meat every day.

Many scientists have found that men aged 40 years or older who eat meat six or more times a week, will be twice as likely to die from heart disease than people who abstain from meat. Among middle-aged men, meat eaters were four times more likely to suffer a fatal heart attack, according to the study, but not for women who have a lot of hormones in the body, women in middle age is very rarely a heart attack later in life than men. The risk of fatal heart disease has been found to be lower only among the older vegetarians. Although we have reduced the consumption of meat, milk, eggs and cheese, we should also consume lots of fruits, vegetables and nuts that abortion is not much different from the meat, milk and cheese are.