Eating a healthy diet can help prevent type 2 diabetes.
This was revealed in a medical study conducted in the United States.
Research from Massachusetts General Hospital found that eating a healthy diet also reduced the risk of the disease in people with a genetically higher risk of diabetes.
Genes and lifestyle factors are considered important factors in the development of type 2 diabetes, and previous research reports have shown that a healthy lifestyle reduces the risk of diabetes.
The new study examined three large-scale research reports involving more than 900,000 people.
Research has found that eating unhealthy or substandard foods, regardless of genetic risk, increases the risk of type 2 diabetes by up to 30%.
The researchers said that the findings show that the risk of developing diabetes from a harmful diet is as high as the risk of genetic risk, and that such information could help develop strategies to prevent diabetes. Will
The results of the study were published in the medical journal Plus Medicine.
A study in April 2022 found that people with type 2 diabetes had a significantly higher risk of 57 other diseases, including cancer, kidney disease and neurological diseases.
Millions of people worldwide suffer from diabetes, which is linked to being overweight or away from physical activity, or having a family history of type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes increases the risk of various complications and with this in mind, experts from the University of Cambridge in the UK conducted an in-depth examination.
The largest study of middle-aged people with or without diabetes found that the condition significantly increased their risk of developing 57 other long-term illnesses.
On average, diabetics experience age-related medical problems 5 years earlier than healthy people.
Experts say the results are shocking and highlight the urgent need to protect people from developing type 2 diabetes.