VEGAN DIET TREATS DIABETES
Diabetes is one of the most dangerous diseases humans have ever suffered from. Diabetics have been kept on pharmaceutical drugs for so long without the hope of ever getting better. Drugs, drugs, and drugs every day. It is high time we explored the most effective means of dealing with diabetes. Vegan diet is one of the several steps a diabetic should undertake to combat diabetes.
The word vegan refers to anything that’s free of animal products: no meat, milk, eggs, wool, leather, and so forth. Your sandwich, your shampoo, and your car seats are examples of items that could be vegan.
What do vegans eat?
This is perhaps the most common question about veganism. A vegan diet includes all grains, beans, legumes, vegetables and fruits and the nearly an infinite list of foods made by combining them. Vegans also eat many of the same common and familiar every day foods such as a green salad, spaghetti, and chips and salsa which just about everyone eats. For example, foods such as a vegetarian burrito without cheese or sour cream would be vegan, a vegetarian Thai curry made from coconut milk is vegan, pasta with tomato sauce or another non-meat and non-dairy sauce is vegan, and most breads are vegan.
Eating a low-fat vegan diet may be better at managing type 2 diabetes than traditional diets, according to a new study.
Researchers found 43 percent of people with type 2 diabetes who followed a low-fat vegan diet for 22 weeks reduced their need to take medications to manage their disease compared with 26 percent of those who followed the diet recommended by the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
Researched and authenticated by: Proficient Muteguya Goodrich