Vegetarians More Likely to Be Depressed

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Researchers in England found that vegetarians and vegans were twice as likely to suffer from depression than diners who eat meat.

They discovered that more than half of the vegans they studied were deficient in vitamin B 12.

That nutrient may be linked to mental health.

The eating habits of 10,000 subjects were reviewed for the study.