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Fructose - the benefits and harms in diabetes
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Fructose - the benefits and harms in diabetes

Most people are of the opinion that there is no sugar in fruits and vegetables. They are in pursuit of diet and fashion slimming begin to consume a lot of fruits and vegetables, considering them as a storehouse of vitamins. But such an opinion is deeply mistaken. All fruits have calories, so eating it will not allow you to lose a lot of extra pounds or reduce the sugar level for diabetics to normal.

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Zinc and diabetes mellitus type two are related

Scientists have identified a link between the microelement concentration, in particular, zinc, and the development of prediabetes. This is a condition that precedes a full-fledged disease. Judging by the data that was obtained, the exchange of zinc is very important in the development of the disease, or rather, a violation of the exchange. Under the second type of diabetes mellitus refers to a disease that affects the metabolism and proceeds in a chronic form.
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Meat leads to an increased diabetic risk.

A study conducted by Singaporean scientists confirmed that over-consumption of red meat and white poultry can lead to an increased diabetic risk. Recently, many researchers have paid attention to diets based on vegetarianism, proving that they are much more beneficial to health.
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Diabetic medications can help Parkinson sufferers.

According to scientists, drugs that are used for diabetes mellitus type two can lead to a reduced risk of developing Parkinson's disease. Norwegian scientists found that in patients who used the drug Glutazone (GTZ), the risk of developing degenerative disease was a quarter lower, if we consider the percentage.
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Implants can be offered to diabetics.

Scientists from California believe that they have discovered a way to transplant cells that produce insulin, to patients who are deficient. In addition, producers will be protected from immune rejection. The method presents one of the promising solutions that are in the process of development, but no trials have been done on people yet.
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