Cure the U.S. of Diabetes

Can going vegetarian cure the U.S. of diabetes? The scientific evidence says a resounding “yes!”

Respected Medical Doctors like Dr. Neal Barnard, Dr. John McDougall, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dr. Dean Ornish, Dr. Michael Greger and a host of others have been teaching how to prevent and reverse diabetes for decades.

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How Going Vegetarian Makes You Healthier

From Can Going Vegetarian Cure the U.S. of Diabetes?:

“These benefits may stem from the nutritional advantages vegetarians enjoy over omnivores:

  • They eat about 140 fewer calories a day. This alone can help enable weight loss , which is a proven strategy for reducing diabetes.
  • They eat 10 percent less fat. This doesn’t mean it’s a “low-fat” diet (because that comes with its own set of issues), but simply getting off of the typical, high-fat American diet. Previous studies have found that blood lipid content is highly correlated with insulin resistance.
  • They eat 7 grams more fiber than omnivores. Fiber can slow glucose absorption in the intestine, improve glycemic control by increasing bile acid excretion, and works with gut bacteria to regulate intestinal glucose processes.
  • They have a different amino acid profile, since a major source of protein comes from soy instead of meat. Studies have shown that replacing meat with soy improves insulin sensitivity and lowers cholesterol.”

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