Children with high IQs are more likely to be vegetarians when they grow up, according to research reported on Friday.
British study of more them 8,000 men and women aged 30 whose IQs had
been measured when they were 10, showed that the higher the IQ, the
greater the odds of being a vegetarian.
“People who are more
intelligent as children, who will obviously keep that intelligence when
they are 30, were more likely to say they are vegetarians at that age
than those that were less intelligent,” said Dr Catherine Gale, an
epidemiologist at the University of Southampton in England…read more.