Even partial vegetarianism reduces the risk of developing diabetes. This is the result of a clinical study conducted on more than fifteen thousand men and twenty-six thousand women in Canada and the United States.
Scientists have found observing people who have not previously been diagnosed with diabetes. The subjects were divided into groups depending on food preferences - vegans, lacto-vegetable vegetarians, polularity and not vegetarians. After two years spent by the participants and found that in a group full of vegetarians diabetes mellitus was diagnosed in 0,54% of subjects in the group of non-vegetarians - 2,12%. In groups of polaugitionam and lacto-vegetable vegetarians have identified diabetes only 0.92 percent and 1.08 percent, respectively.
The obtained data is a powerful argument in favor of vegetarianism, even if it is partial.