High IQ tied to Vegitarian eating
Thursday. 1.4.07 11:08 am
One controversial new study indicates that intelligence may also play a role. According to research published in the British Medical Journal, children who score higher on IQ tests are more likely to become vegetarians later in life. Researchers tracked IQ and eating habits among more than 8,000 subjects, concluding that a 15-point increase in IQ was associated with a 38% greater likelihood that a person would describe themselves as vegetarian.
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