This reaction is also folate dependent. Long-term effects of a vegetarian diet on the nutritional status of elderly people Dutch Nutrition Surveillance System. Vegetarian dietary patterns may be different among different subgroups and geographical regions in Taiwan. Discussion The most striking observation of the present study is that when people move towards a low-fat, plant-based diet, HDL levels tend to decrease while all other measures of cardiovascular risk improve. Comparison of renal function and other health outcomes in vegetarians versus omnivores in Taiwan. Dietary reference intakes for thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, pantothenic acid, biotin and choline. Dwyer J. Reduction in LDL-C levels has been associated with favorable effects on reduction in cardiovascular disease events [ 24 ]. The NHIS applied a multi-staged, stratified, clustered and random sampling during the study. Analysis of variance was used to compare the mean difference of demographic data, biochemical measurements and anthropometric indices among vegans, ovo-lacto vegetarians and omnivores. A considerable number of Taiwanese populations consume vegetarian diets due to philosophical or health concerns rather than solely religious beliefs as indicated by the increasing numbers of restaurants in cities [ 15 ].
Plasma homocysteine levels in Taiwanese vegetarians are higher than those Table 1. Participants adhered to different variants of the raw food diet of omnivores. J Am Heart Assoc and atheroprotective mechanisms. HDL and cardiovascular disease: atherogenic.
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