Given that high blood pressure and inadequate fruit and vegetable consumption are among the most important stroke risk factors, you would assume those eating plant-based diets would be at significantly lower risk, just as they are with heart attacks. You might be surprised to learn that there had never been any studies on the incidence of stroke in vegetarians, though…until now. And if you think that is surprising, wait until you hear the results. Yes, they had lower heart disease risk as expected, but those eating meat-free diets appeared to have more stroke risk. If that is indeed the case, what might be the cause, and what can we do about it?
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- What to Eat for Stroke Prevention
- What Not to Eat for Stroke Prevention
- Do Vegetarians Really Have Higher Stroke Risk?
- Vegetarians and Stroke Risk Factors—Vitamin D?
- Vegetarians and Stroke Risk Factors—Omega 3’s?
- Vegetarians and Stroke Risk Factors—Vegan Junk Food?
- Vegetarians and Stroke Risk Factors—Saturated Fat?
- Vegetarians and Stroke Risk Factors—Animal Protein?
- Vegetarians and Stroke Risk Factors—Vitamin B12 & Homocysteine?
- How to Test for Functional Vitamin B12 Deficiency
- Should Vegetarians Take Creatinine to Normalize Homocysteine?
- The Efficacy and Safety of Creatine for High Homocysteine
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