Mangels, Reed
February 2004
Vegetarian Journal;2004, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p12
Reveals results of scientific studies of interest to vegetarians, current as of January 2004. Calcium and vitamin B12 uptake by vegetarians in Germany; Grains, fruits and vegetables as staples of vegetarian diets; Risk of ovarian cancer and plant-based diet; Vitamin B12 levels in vegetarians.


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