Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Home Health A vegan diet is the best diet to adopt to control type...

A vegan diet is the best diet to adopt to control type 2 diabetes

(Relaxnews) – The International Diabetes Federation estimates that 642 million people will be affected by diabetes by 2040. 15% of all deaths worldwide are related to diabetes. According to recent studies, published in the BMJ (British Medical Journal), it is possible to control his type 2 diabetes through a vegan diet.
There are two main cases of diabetes: type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. The first occurs in children, the beta cells of the pancreas disappear, resulting in a total deficiency of insulin. This is an autoimmune disease. Type 2 diabetes appears more generally in people over 40 years of age. It is often associated with the environmental factors of the person: obesity, lack of physical activity … Type 2 diabetes can be caused by two abnormalities: The pancreas does not produce enough insulin, or this insulin acts badly. According to a recent study by Anastasios Toumpanakis, Triece Turnbull, and Isaura Alba-Barba published in the "diabetes, research and care" section of the BMJ (British Medical Journal), a vegan diet could reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes This diet would also improve our mental health and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. The researchers analyzed several publications based on research studying the effects of a vegan diet on health. These studies, published between 1999 and 2017, involved a sample of 433 people with diabetes. The results of these studies showed that only patients on a vegan diet experienced an improvement in their quality of life, both emotionally and physically. On the emotional level, symptoms of depression have largely decreased in patients on a vegan diet. On the physical side, nerve pain has been reduced and the temperature drop in the feet has decreased more significantly in people following a vegan diet. Fasting mean glucose levels decreased significantly among people on a vegan diet. In addition, these same patients lost twice as much weight as patients on a diet that included animal protein. Fats in the blood have largely decreased in people following a vegan diet, but these fats in the blood can cause cardiovascular disease. In six of the studies reviewed, patients on a vegan diet were able to reduce or even discontinue medication related to their diabetes. A vegan diet can therefore greatly improve the quality of life of individuals, particularly individuals with type 2 diabetes.
                            

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Must Read

Sefyu returns after eight years of silence

After eight years of absence, the rapper of Aulnay-sous-Bois, Sefyu returns with a new album, his fourth, ...

the State Council rejects requests for repatriation

The requested repatriation measures do not fall within the competence of a judge but diplomacy, says the...

Mohamed Salah's cryptic post leaves the Liverpool fans wondering where he's gone

Mohamed Salah is a global superstar. So that means that whenever he does something, there's a story to tell. And...