Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Diploma nutritionist of Berit Peters reported diabetes and the positive influence of Saarbrucken – almonds almonds protect diabetes mellitus type 2, by the society for nutritional medicine and dietetics from Aachen. As the author Jutta Schutz often reported, the number of type 2 diabetes disease ever to. Today it is increasingly also the younger generation. In addition to genetic factors, the reasons are also a wrong diet, lack of exercise, and obesity. The body cells no longer speak on blood sugar-lowering hormone insulin. more knowledge.. The result is an insulin resistance. In an early stage to help a nutrition, weight loss and increased physical activity, to keep blood sugar levels under control.

A team of researchers from Toronto discovered an additional method to prevent the high blood sugar levels in a study of 15 healthy subjects. Doctor Cyril Kendall of the University of Toronto confirms this: we have found that the consumption of almonds the Glycemic Response and the insulin response of the body when eating a carbohydrate-rich meal greatly weakens.” There have been previous studies, the book already a lowering blood cholesterol through regular consumption of almonds. With the high proportion of monounsaturated fatty acids, they contribute to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. Almonds will show themselves as a true multi-talent. Professor Dr. Hans-Konrad Biesalski, Director of the Institute of biological chemistry and nutritional sciences of the University of Stuttgart Hohenheim certifies more health-promoting effects of almond. As also a Canadian Stuie shows, the almond against oxidative stress is very good. The reason for this protective effect is the high content of vitamin in almonds.

This vitamin helps prevent coronary heart disease. Almonds contain also folic acid, riboflavin and minerals and their high content of dietary fibre promotes the digestive activity. Source: Society for nutritional medicine and dietetics e.V. Jutta Schutz was born in Saarland and worked as a Secretary and tour guide. In addition, she studied psychology.

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