Does Meat Affect Diabetes?

Dr. Greger explains in the video below how meat can affect diabetes.

Description: Potential culprits include the trans fat in meat, the saturated fat, cholesterol, heme iron, advanced glycation end products (glycotoxins), animal protein (especially leucine), zoonotic viruses, and industrial pollutants that accumulate up the food chain.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=214&v=6t4tBmbPko8

The video below also shows Dr. Garth Davis revealing what researchers found in a European diabetes study.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiBAYK4t9pA

If you would like to learn more about how the consumption of animal products can be harmful to the human body, visit the Health page.

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Not only is animal agriculture unsustainable and often cruel, it’s been proven that animal products are harmful to human health and the environment. If we don’t begin to make changes in our diets soon, we will be suffering serious consequences in just a few decades.
By adopting a vegan diet you can reduce your risk of osteoporosis, heart disease, diabetes, cancer etc. You can also cure allergies and acne as well as improving sleep and boosting energy levels.
Your diet will be more friendly to the environment. You’ll be reducing your water usage as well as helping to preserve habitats and species across the world.
You will also be avoiding contributing to animal cruelty by the food industry.
To learn more about becoming vegan, visit  the Becoming Vegan page.

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