Study: Eating a plant-based diet can help lower heart disease risk

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Numerous studies have shown that following a plant-based diet offers many health benefits, such as promoting weight loss and boosting heart health.

According to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, reducing animal product intake and following a plant-based diet can also help lower your heart disease risk by decreasing the production of a gut microbial metabolite linked to coronary heart disease.

Your gut microbiota consists of microbes that affect many things, such as your energy levels, immune response, metabolism and nutrient absorption.

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