Journal: Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology
Publication Date: 12/2018
Summary: Exercise-trained female subjects that consume a diet that is approximately three times greater than the RDA for protein experience no harmful effects on bone mineral density or content. Nor were there any harmful effects on renal function.
Journal: The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Publication Date: 01/2018
Summary: Vitamin D deficiency mainly occurs if strict vegetarian diet is followed as mostly the source of vitamin D is animal based. Low vitamin D levels results in increased possibility of gestational diabetes among pregnant women, low birth weight and pre-eclampsia in infants, and mothers may suffer bone impairment, osteoporosis, hypocalcaemia, and hypertension. Vitamin D deficiency is directly linked with severe complication in mothers and neonates, causing rickets, poor fetal growth and infantile eczema in neonates.
Journal: BMC Cancer
Publication Date: 10/2015
Summary: Higher concentrations of oxalates were found in breast cancer tissue. Injecting oxalates into the mammary fatpad of mice induced malignant tumor formation.
Journal: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Publication Date: 04/2014
Summary: 100 elderly women were randomized to a high protein diet supplemented with lean red meat combined with progressive resistance training versus progressive resistance training with a control diet. Lean tissue mass and strenghth increased more in the meat supplemented group. IGF-1 increase more and IL-6 decreased more in the meat supplemented group
Journal: Cancer Research
Publication Date: 12/2013
Summary: Oxalates injected into mice mammary fatpads induced cancer formation
Journal: Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism
Publication Date: 12/2012
Summary: Study of Vitamin D levels in pregnant Indian women. Vitamin D deficient women were significantly more likely to be vegetarian
Journal: British Journal of Nutrition
Publication Date: 12/2009
Summary: 21 omnivore and 19 vegetarian women were compared. Increased animal protein intake correlated with higher muscle mass index.
Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives
Publication Date: 08/2008
Summary: A pregnancy diet lacking meat and fish appears to increase the risk of hypospadias in the offspring
Journal: BJUI International
Publication Date: 08/2008
Summary: As vegetarians have a greater exposure to phytoestrogens than do omnivores, these results support the possibility that phytoestrogens have a deleterious effect on the developing male reproductive system.
Publication Date: 11/2007
Summary: 25 obese women with PCOS were randomized to a HPLC diet vs LPHC for 16 weeks. HPLC group showed a significant decrease in depression. Weight loss was equal.