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Vegetarians healthy but unhappy
THE Alere Wellness Index shows vegetarians drink and smoke less and are more physically active than their carnivorous counterparts.
But they are also more likely to have depression and anxiety disorders,
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Dr John Lang, who developed the wellness index for preventive healthcare company Alere, says the adoption of a vegetarian diet can sometimes follow the onset of mental disorders.
"So the diet isn’t the cause but rather the symptom," he said.
"If you think of people that are committed to being a vegetarian it’s a fairly significant commitment and it picks up people at the fringe of the obsessive compulsive spectrum."
The study, which is based on 50,000 surveys a year conducted by Roy Morgan Research, also shows vegetarians are less optimistic about the future,
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They are also 18 per cent more likely to suffer from depression than the general population.
In 2012, a German study of more than 4000 vegetarians and meat eaters linked vegetarianism with higher rates of depression and anxiety.
An analysis of the respective ages at adoption of a vegetarian diet and onset of a mental disorder showed that the adoption of the vegetarian diet tends to follow the onset of mental disorders, they concluded.
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