From Women's Health Magazine April 2007
Brainy kids are more likely to become vegetarian adults, according to a study in the British Medical Journal. Researchers surveyed 8,170 people who'd had an IQ test at age 10. Twenty years later, 2.5 times more of those with IQs of 110 or higher were vegetarians then those with IQs under 90. "More intelligent people may think more about the health implications of that they eat," guesses study author Catherine Gale, PhD. "Vegetarians have a lower risk of high blood pressure and obesity."
Heres to vegan cooking and local cheese!