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Foods rich in antioxidants can lower the menace of type 2 diabetes in women

Foods rich in antioxidants can lower the menace of type 2 diabetes in women

Good combination of veggies, fruits, tea and red wine will be perfect to cut down the risk of type 2 diabetes. The antioxidants contained in fruits and vegetables helps to produce enough amount of insulin that otherwise body resist to do so.

Different foodstuff includes different antioxidants. Red wine contains resveratrol; chocolate contains flavanols while carrots consist of beta-carotene. Researchers conducted a study using a database of 200 Italian foods containing antioxidants which gave the relationship between individuals consuming antioxidants and risk of diabetes.

The results were astounding. The risk of type 2 diabetes decreased after they started consuming by 15 mmol of antioxidants per day.

Food to be consumed to decrease the risk of diabetes:

Blueberries, dark chocolate, prunes, hot drinks like and tea, hot chocolate, chicory.
Coffee was not included in the study as it was previously clarified to be one of the highest antioxidants that reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Another factor that may interfere with the risk of diabetes includes high cholesterol level, Body Mass Index, hypertension, smoking, hypertension, family history having diabetes. Dr. Guy Fagherazzi, co-author of the study said, “This research adds up to the existing study and gives better insights to the users as well as to doctors about how food can be closely related to type 2 diabetes.”

“Our research delivered a fruitful study to the individuals having type 2 diabetes.” “More the consumption of antioxidants lessens the risk of diabetes”, he concluded. There is no cure for type 1 diabetes till now but type 2 can be evaded if you follow the health tips such as intake of healthy diet and regular exercise.

Further research needs to be conducted to ratify if antioxidants have any sort of effect cells that generate insulin. The study is published in the Diabetologia journal that indicates consuming antioxidants reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes by 27%.

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