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francenefrayer Posted: 02-Oct-20 05:43
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Diabetes can also be delayed by eating plenty of high fiber fruits and vegetables. Most people nowadays do not eat plenty of fruits as well as vegetables. Vegetables and fruits contain a strong healing power; this power can never be replaced. By eating enough amounts of vegetables and fruits a person can simply reduce the risk of developing diabetes. A recently collected data indicates that around 70% individual dying in America has the connection of their disease with diet. This is the basic reason that healthy eating is strongly emphasized.

People with type 2 diabetes often have abnormally high cholesterol, and, according to a review by workers at the Department of Medical Genetics at the University of British Columbia in Canada, abnormal cholesterol may contribute to causing type 2 diabetes. According to the American Heart Association, diabetics frequently have not only abnormally high cholesterol, but they tend to have too little of the high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, which helps to lower the low density lipoprotein (LDL), which is the kind that contributes to heart and blood vessel disease. Now it is possible that this imbalance of cholesterol types might contribute to type 2 diabetes as well.

Injecting HDL has been shown to improve functioning of the beta cells, the cells in the pancreas which produce insulin. People with poor HDL levels also tend to suffer from poor pancreatic function. HDL (good cholesterol) also appears to protect the pancreas from loss of beta cells, and to protect pancreatic beta cells from the damage caused by LDL. Inflammation has been associated with type 2 diabetes, and HDL protects the pancreas from inflammation and destruction of beta cells.

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