The number one reason to not eat citrus fruits is the risk of cancer.
This is according to research done by The Hindu, a newspaper published in the United States.
The research suggests that people who eat citrus can have a very low risk of developing cancer, but that those who are vegetarian or vegan may be at a higher risk.
According to the study, vegetarians are about 2-3 times more likely to develop cancer than those who do not eat fruit or vegetables.
The study did not include people who have a history of cancer, such as those who have diabetes, cancer, kidney disease or cancer of the colon.
Vegetarians and vegans are about 4-5 times more unlikely to develop colorectal cancer, while those who consume less than 200 milligrams of red meat a day are about 15 times more at risk.
The researchers did not say which foods are safest for vegetians and vegans.
Dr M K Nair, a medical doctor and chair of nutrition at a major Indian university, told the Hindustan Times that there is a very good reason for vegetarianism.
“Vegetarianism is a way of life for many people.
You can live for a very long time without eating meat.
If you are a vegetarian, it is a good lifestyle.
It is a lifestyle that helps your body to heal itself,” he said.
Dr Nair also said that the Indian government is encouraging the consumption of fruits and vegetables and encouraging people to eat more fruits and veggies.
“In India, we are very much promoting the use of fruits, vegetables, grains and pulses.
This is because people can also get better health from these foods,” he added.
In India’s state of Gujarat, the consumption levels of red, yellow, and black fruits and pulses have been reduced to the point where they are not considered a healthy food, Dr Nair added.
He added that in Gujarat, fruit and vegetables are sold on the streets.
“People have no clue about this and they do not buy them.
There are lots of shops selling them,” he told NDTV.
The National Green Tribunal has also recommended that the Government regulate the sale of fruits in supermarkets and that the sale price be increased.
The Government is also planning to amend the food safety act to allow people to make the purchase of fruits through a vending machine, which would allow people in cities to buy their fruits directly from the vendors.
India’s Department of Food Safety and Pollution Control said it was not yet sure how many people in the country are vegetarian.
But the National Green Council said that more than half of the country’s population was vegetarians.