Keto eating, the diet that involves eliminating all animal products, is an increasingly popular choice among Americans and people around the world.
However, many people still worry about the health effects of eating too many types of meat and dairy.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that a significant number of Americans still have no idea which vegetables they should get in their diet.
A team led by nutritionist Dr. Paul L. W. Davis at the University of Arizona conducted a survey of more than 8,000 adults who were followed for three years.
They found that people with no history of chronic diseases had a significantly higher incidence of celiac disease than those with a history of celibacy, with those with celiac a risk factor for celiac, an autoimmune disorder.
In addition, people who had celiac had an increased risk of developing a type of autoimmune disease called autoantibodies, which is when a person’s immune system attacks an autoimmune cell, like a type found in the pancreas.
This type of autoantiviral disease can lead to inflammation and lead to serious illness.
The team also found that vegans had a greater incidence of chronic illness than those who ate meat, dairy or both.
And vegans were also more likely to have a history on medication for diabetes, heart disease, or cancer.
However, Dr. Davis said the researchers found no significant difference in health between vegans and meat-eaters.
He said he hopes to continue to investigate this question.
This study is an important first step in understanding the role of vegetables in the diet of vegans.
Vegans tend to be a more diverse group than meat- and dairy-eatners.
So we hope that more research will be conducted in the future to understand the health benefits of different vegetables.
For now, though, it’s a good idea to be sure you’re getting enough vegetables.
“Vegetables, even those with high protein content, are a good source of fiber, vitamins, minerals and protein,” said Dr. Wanda P. Pescovitz, an assistant professor at the Kellogg School of Management and co-author of the study.
“It’s good to be getting enough vitamin C and folate to protect the cells from damage caused by free radicals, as well as B-vitamins B12 and B12-6, and a wide variety of other essential nutrients.”
The American Heart Association recommends that veg eat a balanced diet with at least four servings of fruits, vegetables and lean meats each day.
It also recommends eating a moderate amount of protein and fiber, but it’s recommended that people avoid processed foods and grains.
“We can’t go out and buy meat, but we can at least eat a little bit of vegetables,” Dr. Pascovitz said.
“You can eat lots of veggies, but I think the key is to eat a lot of fruit, whole grains and lean meat.”
For more health information on the diet, check out the Mayo Clinic’s website.