Eating Animal Protein Increases Type 2 Diabetes Risk

A 10-year European study of over 38,000 participants found that the risk of developing type 2 diabetes is increased by eating animal protein. Investigators discovered that meat, milk and cheese, and all sources of animal protein increased risk, but no risk was associated with vegetable protein from various sources. A plant-based diet has been shown to decrease the risk…

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Meat-Rich Diets May Raise Diabetes Risk

Because carbohydrates tend to raise blood-sugar levels, many tend to think that a low-carb diet should help prevent diabetes.But Harvard Researchers analyzed 20 years of data on 41,410 men and found that low-carb intake actually increases the risk of type-2 diabetes by 12%. Red and processed meats seemed to be the biggest culprit, because vegetable…

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