Bellucci Premium comments on an article that details a report by the Mario Negri Institute of Pharmalogical Research, showing how a low-carb Mediterranean diet can help lower the risk of diabetes.
According to the September 13th article published by Natural News titled "Mediterranean-style low carb diet lowers diabetes risk by 20 percent," processed and refined carbohydrates have the largest effect on diabetes since it elevates sugar levels. Many believe the only way to prevent diabetes is by using numerous pharmaceuticals, but research points to the contrary.
The article details a study by scientists at the Mario Negri Institute of Pharmacological Research in Milan, Italy. The research was based off of the effects of the Mediterranean diet, and it was found that this diet and other low-carb diets can actually help decrease the risk of developing type II diabetes. The researchers also found that the decrease in type II diabetes risk is largely due to the characteristics of the diet and not necessary because it helps control weight.
The study involved 22,295 participants who were studied over 11 years. The participants' diets were scored using a 10 point system based on a constructed Mediterranean diet scale that measures the carbohydrates in a diet, with 10 being the highest. Those who had a score over 8 and had a diet with a high concentration of carbohydrates were 21 percent more likely to develop diabetes.
The study concluded that refined and processed foods can greatly increase the risk for developing diabetes. Since the labels of these foods are hard to decipher, the article suggests, eliminating "those foods that do not provide the majority of their carbohydrate load from naturally occurring, unprocessed sources to dramatically lower diabetes risk."
Natalie Sexenian, marketing manager for Bellucci Premium, says that it is important to understand all of the ingredients you put into your body and how they can affect you. "It is not always easy to determine the healthiest things for you to eat," says Sexenian. "This is why it is important to follow a diet that can help steer you in the right direction. The Mediterranean diet has proven to lower the risk of diabetes, heart disease and more. Its use of natural ingredients makes it a great diet to follow. Natural foods like olive oil and unprocessed fruits and vegetables, in combination with the fact that the Mediterranean diet is low-carb, can make a huge difference in overall health."
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