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July 30, 2010


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What wonderful news! So happy to have read this today. :)

I have been a vegetarian for about 30 years. Although many people around me are less healthy than I am, most still believe that a vegetarian diet is not healthy. I guess old paradigms die hard. It's nice to see some studies are actually studies rather than propaganda of the meat industry.

Pro vegetarian statements also sound like propaganda to meat eaters, so it is important that studies such as this and government recommendations swing our way. I believe that it will happen some day, although that day may be further in the future than we would like.

This is very hopeful news, both for human health and our friends the animals.

It's so easy to live a nutritious vegan lifestyle these days, there's so many non-animal food choices.

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