Sunday, August 14, 2011

The Red flesh Increases Risk of Diabetes

If you are a fan of red flesh such as beef steak or sausage? Beware, the results of a study from the Harvard School of Public Health, revealed that consumption of red and processed flesh increase risk of type 2 diabetes, this conclusion was obtained after analyzing hundreds of thousands of data of respondents who participated in the long-term study in the United States.

Based on studies published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the researchers declared that consumption of 100 grams of red flesh every day increases the risk of type 2 diabetes by 19 percent. While consumption of 50 grams of processed red flesh every day, such as sausage or bacon will increase the risk of diabetes of 51 percent.

As quoted from, Dr. Frank Hu, an expert in nutrition and epidemiology at Harvard, said the results of this study gives a great impact on people's health, which showed with increasing epidemic of type 2 diabetes and the increasing number of people who eat red flesh all over the world.

However, the good news of a study involving hundreds of thousands of medical data of this respondent is that the risk factors for diabetes can still be offset by swapping the red flesh with a healthy protein.  

World Cancer Research Fund recommends limiting the consumption of red flesh. You should eat red flesh no more than 500 grams per week, and avoiding processed meat products.

Diabetes affecting nearly 350 million adults throughout the world. More than 11 percent of adults above the age of 20 years. While the Data Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States showed 25.6 million people who suffer from this illness.  

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