Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Want to keep type 2 diabetes away from yourself?

Want to keep type 2 diabetes away from yourself

Want to keep type 2 diabetes away from yourself?


What if you want to protect yourself for a lifetime from deadly diseases like type 2 diabetes? So make a commitment to lose weight now.

This was revealed in a medical study conducted in the United States.

Research from Stanford University has shown that even a small reduction in body weight can reduce your risk of diabetes, even if you are obese.

Type 2 diabetes is a pandemic that is spreading all over the world and the number of people suffering from it in Pakistan alone can be in the millions or even crores.

However, research published in the medical journal Plus Medicine found that even if a person has a family history of the disease, risk-taking genetic factors, and being overweight, losing a few kilograms can reduce the risk of the disease. ۔

The study found that a 5-foot-4-foot-tall woman weighed 3.5 kilograms, while a 5-foot-10-inch man weighed up to 4 kilograms, a 1.4-fold lower risk of developing diabetes.

Weight loss will be followed by fatigue and constant tiredness in people with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes, but no comprehensive research has been done on reducing the risk.

The new study used data from more than 287,000 people, 5% of whom had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and also found that overweight, family history of diabetes, and genetic factors It has to do with
Research has shown that people who do not have a family history of the disease can reduce their risk by 1.37 times by losing just one kilogram of body weight.
The researchers said that the results show that the risk of this dangerous disease can be reduced by controlling body weight.
However, he said that these results are like salt in flour because the research did not look at the process of weight loss in real people but looked at the data in this regard.


But it does prove that weight loss can save a lifetime of diabetes

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