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Vegans may have elevated heart risk

(UPI) Vegans -- strict vegetarians who eat no meat or animal products -- may have an increased risk of developing blood clots, a researcher in China says…
[T]heir diets tend to be lacking several key nutrients --including iron, zinc, vitamin B12 and omega-3 fatty acids, [Duo] Li says.
The study … concluded there is a strong scientific basis for vegetarians and vegans to increase their dietary omega-3 fatty acids -- found in oily fish, walnuts and other nuts -- and vitamin B12 -- found in seafood, eggs and fortified milk.
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