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Plant-based diets tied to lower risk of type 2 diabetes
by Lisa Rapaport
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22 July 2019
On 22 July 2019 Reuters reported:
People who tend to eat mostly plants may be less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, a research review suggests. Overall, people who most closely adhered to a vegan, vegetarian, or other type of plant-based diet were 23 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than people who consumed the least amount of plant-based meals, researchers report in JAMA Internal Medicine.
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Type 2 diabetes, the most common form, is linked to obesity and aging and happens when the body can't properly use or make enough of the hormone insulin to convert blood sugar into energy. Left unchecked, diabetes can lead to serious complications like nerve damage, blindness, amputations, kidney damage, and heart problems.
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