Lower risk of high blood pressure seen among vegetarians when lifestyles otherwise match

01/11/2005 | NYTimes.com

Research efforts are finding increasing evidence vegetarians are less likely to have high blood pressure than meat eaters when other aspects of their lifestyles are considered similar. Comparisons of groups such as Trappist and Benedictine monks found the Trappists, who are vegetarians, consistently show lower blood pressure levels than the Benedictines, who consume meat.

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