Plant-Based Diet for Prevention of Diabetes

With time, diabetes and its prevention have become a cause of concern because of the food that people have. The predominance of type 2 diabetes, especially in adults, is on the rise at a global level. The lifestyle and diet have to be considered for its management and prevention. According to studies, plant-based diets like fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, seeds, and legumes are very helpful when it comes to the prevention of diabetes. The eating pattern plays a vital role in maintaining one’s health whilst avoiding most animal products.

 

As per research carried out in the US, it has been noted that people who have been consuming a plant-based diet for over 20 years are at a 60 percent lower risk level. A lasting transform towards this type of a diet can prevent the formation of diabetes. There have been many studies which have validated that if people consume foods or supplements rich in vitamins B2 and B6, the risk of type 2 diabetes becomes lower. This is based on a study which was done on more than 200,000 people which additionally claimed that foods with high levels of vitamin B12 increase the same.

 

Many more types of researches and studies have been conducted to further verify the credentials and it has been seen that the order of food items consumed needs to be checked. Blood sugar levels could shoot up if rice is consumed before vegetable and meat and go down if the sequence is changed. Hence, it is only a proper plant-based diet that can prevent the evolution from pre-diabetes to diabetes.

 

 

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