Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Four eggs a week can slash your diabetes, according to research>>>

Image result for pics of egg and diabetic patient>>>>>>>>According to a new study, egg can cut the danger of developing Type 2 diabetes by almost 40 per cent. The study was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and the scientists at the University of Eastern Finland suggested that egg contains many nutrients that could improve the way the body metabolizes sugar and help to dampen down inflammation which leads to chronic illness.

The research was carried out by examining the eating habits of 2,332 men aged between 42 and 60 and was found out that
It found that those who ate four eggs per week had a 37 per cent lower risk than men who only ate one egg per week. Previous studies had shown eggs raise cholesterol levels in patients who already have diabetes.
 Professor Jyrki Virtanen is clinical nutritionist and an adjunct professor of nutritional epidemiology at the University of Eastern Finland. Finland .

According to Professor Jyrki Virtanen, eggs are a common, affordable, and readily available food item and a good source of potentially beneficial nutrients and these include high-quality protein, fatty acids, minerals and vitamins. In addition, they include several bioactive compounds which have been found to have anti-inflammatory properties. 

Separate research at Lund University in Sweden found that those who ate high fat dairy products had a 23 per cent lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Dr Ulrika Ericson said: "When we investigated the consumption of saturated fatty acids that are slightly more common in dairy products than in meat, we observed a link with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.

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"However, we have not ruled out the possibility that other components of dairy products such as yoghurt and cheese may have contributed to our results.
"Our results suggest that we should not focus solely on fat, but rather consider what foods we eat. Many foodstuffs contain different components that are harmful or beneficial to health, and it is the overall balance that is important."

Source: The telegraph