Vegetarians Are At Less Risk Of Cancer Than Meat-Eaters According To New Study

Over 470,000 people were examined by Oxford University.

New research is claiming that people who eat a vegetarian diet are 14 percent less likely to develop cancer. 

A team at Oxford University also found that pescatarians, who consume fish, cut their risk by 10 percent , while carnivores who eat only small quantities of meat have a reduced rate of 2 percent. 

The study examined the diets of 470 thousand people. 

But Dietician with, Sarah Keogh, says there are lots of other risk factors to consider. 

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