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Vegetarianism on the rise around the world: some quick facts

For the past few years, vegetarianism has been on the rise around the world. The pandemic has caused it to grow even more. Here are some information and statistics you may find useful.

Vegetarian diet statistics prove that vegetarianism lowers the risk of prostate cancer by 35%.
(Source: Medical News Today and The Vegan Society) 

26% of Millennials are vegetarian.
(Source: One Green Planet and Forbes) 

According to vegetarianism statistics, 59% of vegetarians worldwide are female.
(Source: Vegetarian Times and Plant Based News & Treehugger) 

Vegetarian facts show that following a vegetarian diet for 12 months has the same effect as taking your car off the road for 6 months.
(Source: Vegetarian Society and Nami) 

Anti-animal cruelty, cancer prevention, and losing weight are the three top vegetarian reason statistics
(Source: Down To Earth) 

5% of people who become vegetarians do so for ethical reasons. 
(Source: US National Library of Medicine) 

Vegetarian diet statistics prove that vegetarianism lowers the risk of prostate cancer by 35%.
(Source: Medical News Today and The Vegan Society) 

There’s been a 65% increase in products that bear the Vegan Trademark worldwide.
(Source: Wikipedia and The Vegan Society) 

Vegetarian weight loss statistics prove you can lose 2.02 pounds more on a vegetarian diet than on any other diet
(Source: NCBI and JAND) 

Vegetarian health benefits statistics prove that a plant-based diet reduces the risk of death from heart disease by 40%.
(Source: EurekAlert, Medical News Today and Daily News) 

For a more detailed read, you can refer to: https://dealsonhealth.net/vegetarian-statistics/

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