Predominantly plant-based or vegetarian diet linked to 39% lower odds of COVID-19

A predominantly plant-based or vegetarian diet is linked to 39% lower odds of COVID-19 infection, finds research published in the journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health. The findings prompt the researchers to suggest that a diet high in vegetables, legumes, and nuts, and low in dairy products and meat, may help to ward off the infection.

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