A research carried out in Spain describes the advantages of what researchers name a “pro-vegetarian” weight loss plan which does not exclude meat and dairy products however reduces them. It has additionally been referred to as a “flexitarian” diet – principally vegetarian, with meat and fish consumed sometimes.
Some 16,000 university graduates have been tracked from 1999 for 10 years, by which era 584 have been obese, based on findings introduced on the European Congress on Obesity in Porto, Portugal.
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