According to the latest research, drinking water may help lower the risk of diabetes. Drinking adequate quantities of water (eight glasses or more are recommended daily) has been linked to proper regulation of blood sugar levels.
Diabetes Care, a scientific journal published by the American Diabetes Association, published findings that those who drank water (17 to 43 oz daily at least) had 30% lower risk of developing Type II diabetes.
Those who were dehydrated were more likely to have high levels of vasppressin, a hormone that stimulates blood sugar levels to increase in the liver which can lead to insulin sensitivity.Adequate water intake is important for everyone, regardless of health status. Be sure to drink eight glasses or more (especially if you are active and/or involved in physical activity) daily to ensure proper hydration.
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