Saturday, December 16, 2006

Veggie Tales

A real 'well, duh' moment in a British study of people aged 30 who were IQ tested at 10:

The findings, published online by the British Medical Journal, were consistent with other studies showing people who are more intelligent eat a healthier diet and exercise more.
...and proof that intelligence doesn't necessarily equate with good sense:

For each 15-point rise in IQ scores, the likelihood of being a vegetarian rose by 38 per cent.
Meanwhile, The Australian's headline editorialises:

Smarter children give up meat
Yeah, right. I've never met a Mensa member who wasn't a prat nor a vegetarian who wasn't sickly.

-- Nick

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