According to a study published
this month in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition people who
eat plant-based diets have lower cholesterol levels than those who
eat animal products. Researchers examined data and blood samples
from 1,694 participants from the European Prospective Investigation
into Cancer and Nutrition-Oxford (EPIC) study and concluded that
those who ate a vegan diet consumed the most fiber, the least total
fat and saturated fat, and had the healthiest body weight and
cholesterol levels, of all the diet groups (including vegetarians).
Cholesterol Levels Lower in Vegan.
It makes sense that when we replace animal products --which
contain cholesterol-- with plant-based foods --which don’t contain
cholesterol-- our cholesterol levels lower to a healthy level
promoting heart health. Indeed, a vegan diet is God’s ideal for us.
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