RED MEAT CAN CAUSE DIABETES?
Most people associate the consumption of carbohydrates (starches and sweets) with type 2 diabetes, fewer are those linking fat consumption with this disease, but experts increasingly agree with this relationship, however, the question of whether red meat consumption is associated with diabetes had not been answered.
Extensive research, recent, jointly by Harvard University and Singapore gives a surprising answer.
For the study, the researchers took data from three studies among Harvard University health ongoing for several decades. This resulted in a comprehensive study of 1.9 million person-years of follow up.
The results are: the health professionals who increased their consumption of red meat in just half a serving daily for 4 years, increased their risk of developing diabetes in 48%! With regard to no.
While that change decreased meat consumption reduced their risk by 14%, not bad considering the enormous impact of population on only reduce the risk of this disease in one percent.
SOURCE: An Pan, Ph.D., assistant professor, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore, June 17, 2013, JAMA Internal Medicine, online.
As you can see the high meat consumption is problematic for health, so has been removed from the recommended protein tip institutions in the world.
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