Vegetarians as a group have a lower rate of mortality than meat eaters

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  • The Oxford Vegetarian Study showed that the health of vegetarians compares favorably with those who eat meat (except for pescetarians). Specifically, it showed that "After adjusting for smoking, body mass index, and social class, death rates were lower in non-meat-eaters than in meat eaters for each of the mortality endpoints studied".[1]

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