Vegetarians Have an IQ 10 Points Higher

Than Meat Eaters

 

British researchers using people born in March 1958 in that nation found those participating in the National Child Development Study who were vegetarians by age 42 had average IQ’s just less than 110 points. Meat eaters had an IQ average just more than 100 points. These results were similar in men and women although men showed a slightly larger differential. This is explained by men being hunters in traditional society therefore consuming more meat.

Men who were vegetarian had an IQ average of just over 110 points. Men who ate meat were around 101 points on IQ tests. Women vegetarians had an average IQ of around 108 points while meat eaters were around 101 points. What’s more, childhood intelligence provides an indicator that people will be vegetarians at age 42, researchers found. This held true even when factors like religion, income, social status, education, incomes and parents’ education were taken under consideration, researchers said.

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Comments by the webmaster: I’m not surprised. Eating meat kills endothelial cells that line the blood vessels. Without a good blood supply, your brain won’t work as well.

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