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Much has been written about vegans for the treatment of type 2 diabetes diets . According to a large study published in the journal of Diabetes Care American Diabetes Association , in April 2014 , vegan diets can also reduce the risk of developing the disease .
The study, conducted at the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands, 16 154 individuals included in eight European countries. Protein intake and new cases of type 2 diabetes were recorded over a period of 12 years. It has been found that people who took the greatest amount of total protein had a risk of 5 percent more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who drank less protein and participants to eat large amount of animal protein was 6 percent the risk of developing a condition of increase . help
From this information , the authors suggested limiting high protein animal and especially high protein vegan diets could help curb the epidemic of type 2 diabetes worldwide.
Ways to reduce the risk of diabetes is especially important for people with other risk factors . Be …
• overweight or obese,
• have had gestational diabetes,
• have an overweight baby
• age and
• Type 2 diabetes family history of all increase the risk of developing the disease .
The American Dietetic Association and the American Diabetes Association take vegan diets are healthy position with a simple planning. Vitamin B12 or cyanocobalamin , is the only vitamin not available from plant sources. Vegans take B12 …
• supplements
• Fortified cereals,
• fortified soy products or
• nutritional yeast .
Iron is necessary for the production of red blood cells , and can be found in green vegetables – Popeye knew a thing or two about nutrition , legumes , tofu and …
• Eat citrus fruits helps the body absorb iron due to the acidity of vitamin C.
• Omega- 3 fatty acids are produced by plants and can be found in abundance in flaxseed , soybeans , soybean oil , canola oil , and wheat germ .
• Good sources of calcium include green vegetables such as turnip greens , cabbage , kale and mustard greens, and broccoli, Brussels sprouts , the fortified orange juice , tofu, fortified , enriched rice and soy milk and fortified cereals.
• Vitamin D is produced in the human skin when exposed to sunlight . Mushrooms, fortified orange juice and fortified cereals are good sources of vitamin D.
So having a salad of spinach and kale with tangerine sections and tofu. Sprinkle some flaxseed. Dress with soybean oil and balsamic vinegar and eat outside in the fresh air. help

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