Vegans, vegetarians, and vegans are among the people who have had their cancer reduced or eliminated by the use of a plant-based diet, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh found that nearly half of the cancers studied in the study were linked to a deficiency in vitamin D3, the nutrient that’s found in plants such as vegetables.
Vegetarians are at the top of the list for their lack of vitamin D2, but vegans have been shown to have lower rates of colon cancer, according the study.
The study, published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Genetics and Prevention, found that vitamin D deficiency is the most common cause of colorectal cancer among vegetarians.
Vegan dietThe study included 9,735 people, who were diagnosed with colon cancer and 9,068 non-colon cancer patients.
Vegetarians were the most likely to be diagnosed with the disease, followed by vegans.
Vegans and vegetarians had higher rates of colontomas that were linked with vitamin D deficiencies.
“There’s some evidence that vegetarian diets are more healthy for you,” Dr. David Stolper, an associate professor of epidemiology and health services in the University’s School of Health Sciences, told Mashable.
“Vegans have been showing some evidence to reduce the risk of cancer, so it’s important to know whether they’re getting enough vitamin D.”
Vegetarian diets are known to lower your risk of developing colorecctal cancers.
They also help you lose weight, and help prevent colon cancer.
Veggie potsticker recipesThe study found that vegans, vegetators, and vegetators who had low vitamin D levels had a lower risk of colon, rectal, and rectal cancer.
However, vegans and vegetatives with high levels of vitamin B12 were the ones with the lowest rates of cancers, while those with low levels of both vitamin D and B12 had the highest risk.
Vegans and veggies are also the ones who are at higher risk of diabetes, heart disease, and some types of cancers.
Veggies are known as a healthy food and are known for having health benefits, according Dr. Stolter.
Vegats are also known to have more health benefits.
“Vegetables are a healthy and a nutrient dense food, and they have a high level of nutrients and minerals,” he said.
“It’s really good for your health.”
Dr. Stalper also said that vegans may be less likely to get colorecmomas if they are vegans because vegans tend to be more health conscious.
“We found that those who had high vitamin D status were more likely to have low risk of coloprolactin,” he explained.
“We also found that these people were more healthy and had a healthier diet.”
The study’s findings also showed that vegetarians were at a lower cancer risk overall, but were at higher risks for colon and rectum cancers.