This research contradicts the findings of another study in Britain that claimed that vegetarians were at a higher risk of bleeding in the brain than non-vegetarians.
For their new study, the researchers used data from the Danish Diet, Cancer and Health Population Study. According to the Danish Climate Friendly Dietary Guidelines, one should consume plant-rich foods in moderation.
Additionally, Christina C. Dahm, who led this study, said, “If adult men or women consume a balanced and fibrous diet, then the risk of bleeding or blood clotting in their brain is reduced.”
Besides suggesting a balanced amount of greens and fruits, the study notes that one must eat less non-vegetarian and high-fat food.