Wednesday, June 12, 2019

What are you eating and how you eat?

If you think that you consume a small amount of sugar in the diet, you will not get diabetes. This belief is false. What are your lifestyles, what are you eating and how are you eating? These are 3 important factories, which determine how much you have the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Thousands of dietary views have been kept for a long time
Nutrition in Baltimore, United States of America, was placed in front of the results of a study at the 2019 meeting, which found that the effect of what a person eats in a diet and how he consumes food also affects the risk of type 2 diabetes. The study included 2,717 Americans in the United States, and their diet was watched for a long time and follow-up was followed in a timely manner.
By eating fruits, vegetables and nuts, the risk of type 2 diabetes decreases
Those who have added fruits, vegetables, cereals, nuts, dry fruits and vegetable oil to their diet for about 20 years, risk of Type 2 diabetes decreased by 60%. The results of the study show that, if the longer possible use of plant-based diet, the risk of diabetes can be reduced.

Increasing the intake of vitamin B12, B6 will reduce the risk of diabetes
Those who consume excessive vitamins B12 and B6 through diet or supplements in their diet, also reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Two lakh people were involved in the study. As a result, it was revealed that the risk of increased consumption of Vitamin B12 by increasing the risk of Seven Type 2 diabetes through food items increased. Which means that increasing the risk of diabetes due to high intake of an animal-based product increases the risk of diabetes.
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