More Smarts Equal More Veggies
Did you see this report from late last week? According to Food Navigator having a higher IQ in childhood means you’re more likely to become a vegetarian when you grow up. Why you ask? Well, the proof is in the pudding—or should I say, the phytonutrients are in the vegetables:
Children with a higher IQ in childhood are more likely to be vegetarian in adult life, researchers report in the British Medical Journal…
… Since the vegetarian diet has been linked to a lower incidence of heart disease, lead researchers Catharine Gale speculated that this could help explain the link between higher IQ in childhood or adolescence and a reduced risk of coronary heart disease as an adult.
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