October 2007
Business Today;10/7/2007, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p199
The author provides five reasons to go vegetarian. First, it fight flabs with a diet consist of fruits and vegetables. It makes the heart healthier because plant foods tends to be low in artery-clogging cholesterol. Berries are full of antioxidants that help slow aging. It cures diabetes because vegetarian diet contains high-fibre. It is calcium-rich and reduces chances of kidney stones or gallstones forming.


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