Repositório de estudos sobre dietas à base de plantas.



As dietas veganas e vegetarianas precisam ser muito bem planejadas pois alguns nutrientes são difíceis ou impossíveis de obter em quantidades adequadas apenas com alimentos vegetais. Por isso é muito importante conhecê-los e complementar sua dieta para manter a saúde ou o desempenho físico.

Se você planeja eliminar alimentos de origem animal de sua dieta, lembre-se de manter esses nutrientes em mente e tome suplementos dietéticos para ter certeza de que está obtendo tudo que seu corpo precisa.

Aqui compartilho uma coleção de artigos que avaliam os possíveis impactos negativos na saúde ao evitar alimentos de origem animal.

Este repositório será atualizado sempre que possível.

  1. Vitamin B12 Supplementation Adequacy in Australian Vegan Study Participants (2022)
  2. Serum creatinine as an indicator of lean body mass in vegetarians and omnivores (2022)
  3. Dietary identity and embitterment among vegans, vegetarians and omnivores (2022)
  4. Thyroid function tests of iodine deficiency goiter can mimic thyroid hormone resistance alpha (2022)
  5. Mind the B2: Life-Threatening Neonatal Complications of a Strict Vegan Diet during Pregnancy (2022)
  6. Healthful and unhealthful provegetarian food patterns and micronutrient intake adequacy in the SUN cohort (2022)
  7. Do Vegetarian Diets Provide Adequate Nutrient Intake during Complementary Feeding A Systematic Review (2022)
  8. Risk of hip fracture in meat-eaters, pescatarians, and vegetarians - results from the UK Women’s Cohort Study (2022)
  9. Positive association of unhealthy plant-based diets with the incidence of abdominal obesity - comparison of baseline, most recent, and cumulative average diets (2022)
  10. Mycotoxins in Serum and 24-h Urine of Vegans and Omnivores from the Risks and Benefits of a Vegan Diet (RBVD) Study (2022)
  11. Perspective: Vegan Diets for Older Adults? A Perspective On the Potential Impact On Muscle Mass and Strength (2022)
  12. Mycotoxins in Serum and 24-h Urine of Vegans and Omnivores from the Risks and Benefits of a Vegan Diet (RBVD) Study
  13. Vegans and vegetarians living in Nottingham (UK) continue to be at risk of iodine deficiency (2022)
  14. Nutrient Intake and Status in Adults Consuming Plant-Based Diets Compared to Meat-Eaters A Systematic Review (2021)
  15. The food system and climate change: are plant-based diets becoming unhealthy and less environmentally sustainable? (2021)
  16. Effects of dairy intake on anthropometric failure in children ages 6 to 23 mo consuming vegetarian diets and fulfilling minimum dietary diversity in India (2021)
  17. Laser removal of tattoos in vegan and omnivore patients (2021)
  18. Dietary patterns and hip fracture in the Adventist Health Study 2: combined vitamin D and calcium supplementation mitigate increased hip fracture risk among vegans
  19. A Systematic Review of the Association Between Vegan Diets and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease (2021)
  20. Vegan Dietary Pattern for the Primary and Secondary Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases (2021)
  21. Role of Plant-Based Diet in Late-Life Cognitive Decline Results From the Salus in Apulia Study (2021)
  22. Vegan Diet and Bone Health—Results From the Cross-Sectional Rbvd Study (2021)
  23. Plant-Based Dietary Quality and Depressive Symptoms in Australian Vegans and Vegetarians - a Cross-Sectional Study (2021)
  24. Adherence to the Vegetarian Diet May Increase the Risk of Depression - a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies (2021)
  25. Efficacy of Supplementation With Methylcobalamin (2021)
  26. Meat and Mental Health - A Meta-Analysis of Meat Consumption, Depression, and Anxiety (2021)
  27. Is There a Carcinogenic Risk Attached to Vitamin B12 Deficient Diets and What Should We Do About It Reviewing the Facts (2021)
  28. Growth, Body Composition, and Cardiovascular and Nutritional Risk of 5- to 10-Y-Old Children Consuming Vegetarian, Vegan, or Omnivore Diets (2021)
  29. Iodine Excretion and Intake in Women of Reproductive Age in South Australia Eating Plant-Based and Omnivore Diets A Pilot Study (2021)
  30. Consumption of Ultra-Processed Foods by Pesco-Vegetarians, Vegetarians, and Vegans: Associations with Duration and Age at Diet Initiation (2020)
  31. Intake and Adequacy of the Vegan Diet. A Systematic Review of the Evidence (2020)
  32. Vegetarian Diets and Eating Disorders in Adolescents and Young Adults - A Systematic Review (2020)
  33. Vegetarian and Vegan Diets and Risks of Total and Site-Specific Fractures - Results From the Prospective Epic-Oxford Study (2020)
  34. North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Position Paper Plant-Based Milks (2020)
  35. Hematological Parameters and Prevalence of Anemia in White and British Indian Vegetarians and Nonvegetarians in the Uk Biobank (2019)
  36. Vegan diet in children and adolescents. Recommendations from the French-speaking Pediatric Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Nutrition Group (GFHGNP) (2019)
  37. A Comparison of Dietary Protein Digestibility, Based on DIAAS Scoring, in Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian Athletes (2019)
  38. Field Deaths in Plant Agriculture (2018)
  39. Effect of restriction vegan diet's on muscle mass, oxidative status, and myocytes differentiation A pilot study (2018)
  40. Is Vegetarianism Healthy for Children (2018)
  41. Effect of Restriction Vegan Diet's on Muscle Mass, Oxidative Status and Myocytes Differentiation: a Pilot Study (2018)
  42. Position Paper Sipps-Fimp-Simp Diete Vegetariane In Gravidanza Ed Età Evolutiva (2017)
  43. Neuropsychiatric and Neurological Problems Among Vitamin B12 Deficient Young Vegetarians (2017)
  44. Vegetarian Diet and All-Cause Mortality - Evidence From a Large Population-Based Australian Cohort - the 45 and Up Study (2017)
  45. Mortality in Vegetarians and Comparable Nonvegetarians in the United Kingdom (2016)
  46. Vitamin B12 Among Vegetarians - Status, Assessment and Supplementation. (2016)
  47. Cerebral Atrophy in a Vitamin B12-Deficient (2014)
  48. Vegetarian Diet, Seventh Day Adventists and Risk of Cardiovascular Mortality - A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis (2014)
  49. Nutrition and Health – The Association Between Eating Behavior and Various Health Parameters - A Matched Sample Study (2014)
  50. Cobalamin Deficiency Clinical Picture and Radiological Findings (2013)
  51. Plasma Total Homocysteine Status of Vegetarians Compared With Omnivores - a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis (2013)
  52. How Prevalent Is Vitamin B12 Deficiency Among Vegetarians (2013)
  53. Early Treatment Causes Clinicoradiological Reversal of Myelopathy Due to Vitamin B12 Deficiency (2013)
  54. Effect of Vegetarian Diets on Zinc Status a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Studies in Humans (2013)
  55. Vegetarian Diets, Low-Meat Diets and Health a Review (2012)
  56. Vegetarian Diet and Mental Disorders - Results From a Representative Community Survey (2012)
  57. The Influence of Creatine Supplementation on the Cognitive Functioning of Vegetarians and Omnivores (2011)
  58. Vegetarianism, Female Gender and Increasing Age, but Not Cndp1 Genotype, Are Associated With Reduced Muscle Carnosine Levels in Humans (2010)
  59. Relationship Between Animal Protein Intake and Muscle Mass Index in Healthy Women (2009)
  60. Vitamin B-12 and Homocysteine Status Among Vegetarians - a Global Perspective (2009)
  61. Irreversible Subacute Sclerotic Combined Degeneration of the Spinal (2007)
  62. Mortality in British Vegetarians (2007)
  63. The Nutritional Adequacy of Plant-Based Diets (2007)
  64. Taurine Concentrations in the Diet, Plasma, Urine and Breast Milk of Vegans Compared With Omnivores (2007)
  65. How Does the Health and Well-Being of Young Australian Vegetarian and Semi-Vegetarian Women Compare With Non-Vegetarians (2006)
  66. Case report of 5 siblings malnutrition Rickets DiGeorge syndrome Developmental delay (2006)
  67. Vegetarianism and Eating Disorders - Association Between Eating Attitudes and Other Psychological Factors Among Turkish Adolescents (2005)
  68. Effect of Creatine and Weight Training on Muscle Creatine and Performance in Vegetarians (2003)
  69. Homocysteine and Cobalamin Status in German Vegans (2003)
  70. Vitamin B-12 Status, Particularly Holotranscobalamin Ii and Methylmalonic Acid Concentrations, and Hyperhomocysteinemia in Vegetarians (2003)
  71. Oral Creatine Monohydrate Supplementation Improves Brain Performance - a Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Cross-Over Trial. (2003)
  72. Vegetarian Lifestyle and Monitoring of Vitamin B-12 Status (2002)
  73. Effect of Creatine Supplementation and a Lacto-Ovo-Vegetarian Diet on Muscle Creatine Concentration (2002)
  74. Signs of Impaired Cognitive Function in Adolescents With Marginal Cobalamin Status (2000)
  75. Choices for Achieving Adequate Dietary Calcium With a Vegetarian Diet (1999)
  76. The effect of diet on plasma homocysteine concentrations in healthy male subjects (1999)
  77. Staging Vitamin B−12 (Cobalamin) Status in Vegetarians (1994)
  78. Vegetarian Diets and Colon Cancer - the German Experience (1994)
  79. Vegetarian Diets and Children (1994)
  80. Menstrual Differences Due to Vegetarian (1991)
  81. Increased Risk of Vitamin B-12 and Iron Deficiency in Infants on Macrobiotic Diets (1989)
  82. Normal Reference Values for (1989)
  83. Nutrient Intake and Vitamin Status of Healthy French Vegetarians and Nonvegetarians (1989)
  84. Plasma and Urine Taurine Levels in Vegans (1988)
  85. Serum Vitamin B12 and Blood Cell Values in Vegetarians (1982)

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