Replacing proteins from animal foods, such as eggs, poultry, fish, and red meat with protein-rich plants in our diet may tilt the odds of evading non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in our favor.
Meat lovers may be highly prone to develop colorectal polyps.
The inclusion of animal proteins from chicken with skin, red meat, and processed meat products to our diet may drive up our risk of having esophageal cancer.
High dietary ingestion of roasted, grilled, barbequed, and broiled fish, chicken, and meat may promote the development of type 2 diabetes.
Generous consumption of grilled, roasted, broiled, and barbecued chicken, fish, and meat may increase an individual's vulnerability to hypertension.
Consistent consumption of animal foods, such as meat, poultry, and seafoods, may up hypertension risk in both men and women.
Frequent consumers of fish, shellfish, and poultry may have a high tendency of developing gout.
Individuals on diets rich in meat and devoid of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are highly susceptible to colorectal cancer.
Frequent consumers of poultry, red, white, and processed meats are highly vulnerable to esophageal cancer.
Frequent consumption of fruits, green vegetables, berries, poultry, oil, and margarine may reduce type 2 diabetes risk.
Vegetarian diets are associated with healthy mood states. This pilot study investigated the effect of consuming diets that do not contain meat, fish, and poultry on mood states. 39 subjects participated in this study. They were assigned into 3 groups (fish, omnivore, and vegetarian groups) and placed on different diets for 2 weeks. The fish...