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Eat more vegetables, less diabetes

Updated on June 24, 2016

Survey of American scientists at the Institute of Public Health recently released Harvard THChan journal PLOS further confirmed M├ędecine diet from animal products and many vegetables can significantly reduce drag engine type 2 diabetes.

The research team analyzed data on more than 20,000 male health professionals and women throughout the United States in 20 years. Accordingly, the participants filled out periodically answer questions about the mode of food, medical history, the diagnosis and lifestyle.

The scientists found that diets low in animal products, many plants can pull off a 20% risk of type 2 diabetes particular, the use of plants ever recorded is healthy can help increase the rate above 34%. More specifically, they are recommended to consume fruits and vegetables, raw nuts, foods rich in fiber, antioxidants , nutrients and micronutrients in unsaturated fatty acids.

Earlier, a survey of 15,000 people published in the journal Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases in 2013 have shown the vegetarian diet can drag reducing diabetes risk. On the other hand, according to previous studies, fasting can help reduce the risk of cancer and hypertension.


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