Eat A Fresh Diet | Animal Protein Linked to Diabetes

Eat A Fresh Diet | Animal Protein Linked to Diabetes

Across the United States, more than 25 million people have diabetes, many the type two form linked to diet high in animal protein. Researchers have been studying the link between type two diabetes and meat consumption for years. Results found that the people that consumed the most processed and unprocessed red meat have a very high chance of developing type two diabetes. According to a new study analyzing data from 6,381 American adults’ participants who ate the most red meat had a 5-fold increase risk of death related to type two diabetes. Risk for death were diminished or absent when a fresh diet of  vegan alternatives were chosen in replacement of animal protein.

In other studies, plant protein sources such as nuts, and whole grains have been associated with lower risk of type two diabetes. Therefore, replacing meat with plant sources of protein is important for prevention of type two diabetes.

Everyone should consider a fresh diet for the sake of not developing type two diabetes and other diseases caused by eating meat. These are facts, which have been proven and studied for years. Knowing the risk can help make better informed decisions. Talk to your health care professional about your individual nutritional needs. A healthy meal plan should be a goal for everyone.

Alternate Protein vs Red Meat Serving Size Lowered Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes
Nuts 28 grams 21 percent
Low-Fat Dairy Products (8oz low fat milk) 1 cup (240 mL) 17-23 percent
Low-Fat Cheese 28 grams 17-23 percent
Low-Fat Yogurt 1/2 cup (120 mL) 17-23 percent
1 Slice Whole-Grain Bread 32 grams 17-23 percent
Cooked Brown Rice 1 cup (200 grams) 17-23 percent
Whole-Grain Cereal 1 cup (200 grams) 17-23 percent

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