Annotated Bibliography Eng1020
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Bhagirath 1 Annotated Bibliography Kaartinen, K., O. Hanninen, Michael Nenonen, H. Aldercruetz, and J. Laakso. "Antioxidants in Vegan Diet and Rheumatic Disorders.ntioxidants in Vegan Diet and Rheumatic Disorder. Elsevier Science, 30 Nov. 2000. Web. 24 June 2016. The journalntioxidants in Vegan Diet and Rheumatic Disorder consisted of a fourteen year study done on volunteer patients, and the results conveyed that patients with rheumatoid disease benefitted from a vegan diet. This was found to be because veganism is largely plant based, and plants are naturally rich in antioxidants and fibre (promoting gut function.) These patients did not have tea, coffee, alcohol, or table salt. Results found that vegetarian and vegan diets had a lower risk of constipation, galppendiciti and other diseases. The patients with the rheumatoid had a significant alleviation of their symptoms when they were eating a diet free of animal products, but the symptoms worsened when they reverted to their regular omnivorous diets after the study, proving there to be a link between their food and their symptoms. The author’s goal was to show a link between antioxidants in vegan foods, and how it affected those with rheumatoid disease. This was accomplished, as there was found to be a positive correlation between the two. To show the author’s credibility in obtaining their information, there is a list of references at the bottom of the article, with links to each source. The author uses primary sources of data, which are the studies conducted, as well as secondary sources of data, which are the reference articles used. The intended audience may be those who are affected by, or know somebody affected by, rheumatoid disease. Maybe they are looking for a natural way to lighten their painful symptoms. It may also be for people with other joint diseases who just want more information on vegan diets and their effect. The tone of Bhagirath 2 the article is factual, with not much opinion stated, but closer to action and effect type of argument; the author states what the study consisted of, the results, and then interprets them. The article was published in 2000, but showing the effects of different types of food on the body, or the composition of certain foods, such as containing antioxidants, should not change over time. Information about the benefits of antioxidants in vegan foods are also found in other articles, such a ‘Antioxidant status in longterm adherents to a strict uncooked vegan diet’ published by multiple authors in he American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. This portrays that the information can be found elsewhere, and it is likely a credible journal. To reflect, I can see that this source fits into my research paper because it discusses the benefits of a vegan diet, showing one aspect of how eating that way could make an improvement in the health of individuals (with respect to rheumatoid disease), but overall health improvements as well. This goes along with supporting my point of “how eating vegan changes the cell composition for the better.” It has not changed the way I think about this topic, because even before we were supposed to pick a stance on the argument, I had already believed that veganism was more beneficial, through the previous knowledge I had acquired.
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