Vegetarians Have Lower Cataract Risk Than Meat Eaters

WebMD (4/20, Hendrick) reported, “People who eat meat may be at increased risk of developing cataracts compared to vegetarians,” according to a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. For the study, 27,670 people “were divided into groups according to the amount of meat they ate: highest meat consumption: 3.5 ounces or more aContinue reading “Vegetarians Have Lower Cataract Risk Than Meat Eaters”