To reduce the risk of diabetes start using more green vegetables

To reduce the risk of diabetes start using more green vegetables
 

According to UK researchers, eating lots of green leafy vegetables may reduce risk of diabetes. There is even more: after analyzing six previous studies based on consumption of fruits and vegetables, it was found out that only spinach and cabbages have positive significant effect on avoiding the second type of this illness. Study report claims that you need to get one and a half portion of these vegetables daily if you want to decrease risk of diabetes by 14 percent. Green leafy vegetables, such as broccoli and cauliflower, were also attributed by researchers as the ones that make the significant effect in avoiding the possibility of diabetes. As you must have already heard, unlike people with I type of diabetes, people with II type produce insulin. However, their pancreas does not produce enough insulin or the body cannot use the insulin adequately.

In general, doctors recommend getting five servings of fruits and vegetables each day, where serving in many countries is considered as 80 grams of fruit or vegetables. Leicester University researchers made a conclusion that the higher fruit and vegetable intake was not significantly associated with a lower likelihood of II type of diabetes, however, this trend was observed because it has been estimated that the consumption of 106 grams of green leafy vegetables per day made diabetes risk lower.

It cannot be said exactly why these vegetables may have a protective or positive effect on humans health, however, doctors believe that is because they contain more antioxidants, like vitamin C, or magnesium. People should keep in mind that they must continue following recommendations to eat five daily servings of fruits and vegetables each day and, if they are concerned about diabetes, they should include more green leafy vegetables into their ration.

 

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