Daily Hot Dogs and Hamburgers Increases Diabetes Risk 51 Percent

More Diabetes In Control Aug 16, 2011, 10:01 am

A daily serving of processed meats, such as bacon, lunch meats and sausage catapults the risk of type 2 diabetes by 51% according to research from the Harvard School of Public Health. The data for the study came from questionnaire responses from more than 204,000 people, tracked between 14 and 28 years. Trimming the red meat habit isn’t just good for your blood sugar — it’s also much better for your heart and for reducing your risk of colon cancer. The Harvard School of Public Health recommends that eating meat as a special treat and choosing only the leanest cuts in all moderate portion sizes. The Harvard School of Public Health … Read the Rest

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