There has always been a question asked within the food industry and that question is, Why does meat lead to a higher risk of diabetes and why does that risk drop whenever a person begins to reduce the amount of meat they intake daily? In the article it’s mentioned multiple times that plants are a big prevention of diabetes as they are full of different minerals, vitamins and antioxidants that can lower blood pressure and reduce sugar levels within your body. Fiber can also decrease that risk, so it’s very important you eat foods that provide you a lot of fiber as they can flush out any extra or left over estrogen within your body. Really what the article and what people have gathered overtime is that you should always balance out your meals and not go strictly meat. You put yourself in like for risk of diabetes and just a plethora of other different issues you can run into, it’s all about balance, healthy and clean dieting and keeping up with your nutrition. Sure all meat isn’t bad and meat is definitely needed in a diet for it’s protein but you can’t rely on it all the time, in order to protect yourself and stay healthy and to most importantly reduce any issues or said risks that come with over consumption of meat eating, make sure you take the necessary steps to prevent diabetes by balancing out meals and eating healthy.
- 1A vegetarian diet could lower Diabetes risk factors if eaten on a regular basis.
- 2Normal diets that eat meat have a higher risk of developing diabetes.
- 3Plants protect against chronic diseases because of their antioxidents and anticancer properties.
See the original at: https://nutritionfacts.org/2017/10/26/foods-to-eat-to-help-prevent-diabetes/
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