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For the sake of maintaining health, most experts advise to adopt a balanced diet that is a combination of carbohydrates, proteins such as meat, vegetables, and fruit. But a new study reveals that being a vegetarian is healthier and makes for longevity.

In detail this study says that people who limit their intake of meat that they consume and depend on the consumption of fruits and vegetables are less likely to die within a certain period of time.

"I think these findings add to the evidence suggesting a positive effect of vegetarian-style diets in preventing chronic illness and prolonging life." Michael Orlich, lead researcher from Loma Linda University, California, USA.

The conclusion was obtained after Orlich and his colleagues looked at data from 73,308 people recruited from several churches in America and Canada between 2002-2007.

At the start of the study, participants were asked about their eating habits and divided into several categories based on the frequency of participants when consuming milk, eggs, fish and meat.

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Overall, 8 percent of participants were vegetarians who did not eat meat at all while the other 29 percent belonged to lacto-ovo-vegetarians who did not eat fish or meat but still drank milk and ate eggs. 15 percent of participants sometimes eat meat, including fish.

After that, researchers used a national database to find out how many participants died counted until December 31, 2009. It turned out that seven people died (for whatever reason) per 1,000 people who eat meat every year. Whereas the vegetarian death rate is only 5-6 cases per 1,000 vegetarians per year.

Uniquely, men get the greatest benefit from the plant-based diet.

But as reported by Reuters on Wednesday (5/6/2013), Orlich warned that they can not say if adopting a vegetarian diet will prevent someone from dying, because there may be other factors that are not measured in this study.

Then should everyone turn vegetarian? Dr. Robert Baron, who wrote an editorial for a new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, said: "I do not think everyone needs to be a vegetarian but if they want to, it shows that the effect is positive on health," Baron, professor of medicine University of California, San Francisco.

If not, Baron advises to further limit the use of additional sugars, refined grains or processed grains and saturated fats, including consuming milk, eggs, fish and meat in moderation.

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