Cambridge: Even small amounts of fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of diabetes. That is, eating just 66 hot fruits and vegetables a day reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes by 25%.
The study was conducted by the University of Cambridge, while Harvard University experts have previously said that the consumption of whole grains can also protect against diabetes. It should be noted that 66 grams of vegetables mean three tablespoons full of vegetables or an apple. Cambridge scientists have published the details in the British Medical Journal. Another related report says that whole grains also play an important role in preventing diabetes.
It should be noted that this research has been done under the European Research on Cancer and Dietary Program which included eight European countries. Interestingly, research has shown that increasing the number of vegetables and fruits (500 grams per day) can reduce the risk of diabetes by up to 50%.
On the other hand, if you increase the number of whole grains, oatmeal, oatmeal, and cereals, etc. in your diet, the exact proportion of diabetes will go away from you. The good news is that obesity is far from whole grain, and obesity itself is another name for diabetes. This can reduce the risk of developing diabetes by 19 to 21 percent.
Experts also insist on eating brown bread for the same reason. But the study concludes that foods have the potential to prevent diabetes and can have major positive effects on even small amounts.