Washington DC: Can be associated with high quality diet, defined by a low diet of foods such as red meat, and high levels of vegetable foods such as vegetables, fruit and whole grain, together with reducing soft drinks, with a lower risk of diabetes, a recent study says
Diets are an important factor factor for diabetes type 2. Analyzing the impact of individual foodstuffs, however, it does not. Describing the different effects of diverse foods eaten together. Therefore, scientists have turned a greater focus on trying to analyze all of the religious patterns to do it; catching the same impact of different food groups.
The inspection was discovered in the Journal of American Journal of Epidemiology
Five pre-determined religious patterns appear in the western numbers, that is the other food in the # 39; The Mediterranean Sea (aMED, international variation of the different diet), Other Healthy Fish Index 2010 (AHEI-2010), the Dietary to Stop Hypertension (DASH) method is based on a diet index Plant (PDI) and plant based diet diet (HPDI), similar to rich in plant-based foods, including whole grains, vegetables and fruit, nuts and recipes, and low in red meat and alcohol sugar. It has been shown that these religious patterns reduce the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases, and it is Believe that high quality religious patterns are high.
The recent publication of the American Journal of Epidemiology, found that the five high quality diet patterns linked to the risk of diabetes. Participants in the highest 20 per cent of the scores investigated to be similar to these healthy diet patterns showed a significant decrease of 16 per cent to 29 per cent in the risk of diabetes compared to those who were in the lowest 20 per cent. However, the reduction in the risk of smoking was smoked.
"Our results are consistent with other high quality dietary analyzes that are defined by plenty of plant foods that are processed as a vegetable, vegetable, fruit, nuts and recipes, but a & # 39; including to include red and edible meat, and milk-related drinks significantly associated with a lower risk of diabetes, "said Rob van Dam, the main author of the study . (ANI)