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Vegetarianism produces subclinical malnutrition, hyperhomocysteinemia and atherogenesis.

Ingenbleek Y, McCully KS. Vegetarianism produces subclinical malnutrition, hyperhomocysteinemia and atherogenesis. Nutrition. 2012 Feb; 28(2):148-53.

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