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It has always been a topic of debate as to which type of diet whether vegetarian or nonvegetarian be advocated for a healthier lifestyle. In this study an attempt has been made to come to a firm conclusion that which dietary pattern is favourable for a healthier lifestyle. This study has been conducted on 50 vegetarian and 50 non-vegetarian adolescents, age and sex matched recruited for the study and were analysed for various physiological and biochemical parameters. Only marginal differences were found between vegetarian and non-vegetarian groups and these differences were statistically insignificant. It implies that vegetarian and non-vegetarian diet have similar propensity for predisposing to cardiovascular (CV) risk. Other lifestyle factors might be influencing CV risk.
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Author(s): Anjali Verma Sangeeta Kapoor Pallavi Kumari and Reeta Singh Gaur
vegetarian, non-vegetarian, cardiovascular risk, cardiovascular risk