The finding that children with greater intelligence to help more often than vegetarian as adults, with the evidence with the evidence on the potential benefits of a vegetarian diet on heart health, can explain why higher IQ in childhood or adolescence is associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease in adulthood, the authors write.
Smart kids more likely to VegetarianIntelligent children more likely to be vegetarian as adults, suggests a study published online by the BMJ.Recent evidence suggests that vegetarianism may be linked to lower cholesterol levels and a reduced risk of obesity and heart disease. This could help explain why. Children who score higher on intelligence tests tend to have a lower risk of coronary heart disease in later life.The microbial communities in patient with the disease will be compared with the municipalities of in exposed persons without the disease. ‘Our hope is out to potentially beneficial microbes, microbial communities and / or microbial by-products that can contribute to prevention or treatment of disease identified,’Manning said.. * of Clinical Research: Lead by molecular weight epidemiologist Shannon Manning, the researchers are investigating faecal by the Michigan from the Michigan Department of Community Health, such infections with different pathogens modified to determine the type of bacteria in the gut.