3 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
The types of diabetes a person can get is generally thought of in two distinct ways: Type one is the kind you are born with while type two is the kind you can develop over time.
But new research coming from the Mayo Clinic finds that how you can get diabetes is a bit more complicated than once originally thought. While it is understood that type two diabetes occurs when the body becomes resistant to insulin or when a person’s pancreas is unable to produce enough insulin, why or how this happens is not totally clear. What is known, however, is ways to reduce your risk for developing type two diabetes, including eating a more plant-based diet, consuming more B2 and B6 vitamins and upping the number of vegetables in your diet. For more on these findings, head over to CookingLight.