Going vegetarian--sometimes

Hudnall, Marsha
September 1995
Arthritis Today;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p52
Discusses the benefits of a vegetarian diet for people with arthritis. Features of vegetarian diets; Definitions of a vegetarian diet; Health benefits of the diet; Dangers in moving to a vegetarian diet.


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