Monday, October 10, 2005


A study measured testosterone levels in 696
Oxford University men. Of the study participants,
233 were vegan (ate no dairy milk) and
237 were vegetarian (ate milk and dairy products).
The remaining 237 subjects were men who ate
meat/dairy most days of the week. Vegans had
higher testosterone levels compared to the vegetarians
and meat-eaters in the study. Source:
British Journal of Cancer, 83(1), July 2000.

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