Vegetarians Less Likely to Develop Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic SyndromeMetabolic syndrome, a precursor to incidences of stroke, diabetes, and heart disease is more prevalent in people who eat meat.

A new study in the journal Diabetes Care describes how vegetarians are 36% less likely to develop metabolic syndrome than meat consumers.  Researchers conclude that a plant based diet can help to ward off the diseases associated with metabolic syndrome.  These findings offer further proof that a healthy diet can reduce one’s chances of developing cardiovascular disease.  Source:

Eating well can also  reduce your risk of developing eye diseases like cataracts and diabetic retinopathy.  At Natural Eye Care we have developed The Vision Diet to help you eat your way to healthier eye sight.