Diabetes Control Through Balanced Diet: We have made our lifestyle so bad that every day some problem related to health definitely arises. The worst consequence of a bad lifestyle is diabetes. When our diet is not right, then the amount of sugar in our blood starts increasing, due to which diabetes occurs. Due to diabetes, many other diseases take place in the body, which worsens the quality of life. If we can improve our lifestyle, then we can get rid of the problem of diabetes. TOI According to the news of the news, this thing has come to the fore in the study of University of British Columbia and Teesside University.
It has been said in the study that by making changes in the diet, we can easily control type 2 diabetes. According to the study, increasing the amount of protein in the diet along with low-calorie food and low carbohydrate can control diabetes. This study has been published in Nature Communications.
Diabetes controlled with a balanced diet
To prove the point of controlling diabetes through diet, the team of researchers conducted a study under the supervision of a dietician for 12 weeks. Patients with type-2 diabetes were included in this and a diet plan was also given to them. His diet consisted of low-calorie, low-carbohydrate and high-protein food. During the study, the health of these people was closely monitored. The medicines they were taking were also taken care of. Team head Dr Jonathan Little said that it was clear from the results that diabetes can be completely controlled with a balanced diet.
no need for medicine
When the people in the study were given low-calorie, low-carbohydrate and high-protein diets, their health improved so much that they had to reduce the amount of diabetes medicine they were already given. The health of the people in the study became so good that during the 12 weeks, more than a third of the patients did not need the medicine. Dr. Jonathan said, these patients saw improvements in overall health, along with controlled glucose, weight and systolic blood pressure with the prescribed diet.