Eating Fish Reduces Risk of Type 2 Diabetes, Really?

JAKARTA, AYOBANDUNG.COM – In addition to genetic issues, diabetes closely related to healthy lifestyle, especially diet. There are several foods that are said to reduce the risk of disease and complications diabetes type 2, one of them fish.

Launching from Express, eat fish can reduce risk diabetes type 2. According to Diabetes, a health website in the UK, fish is a rich intake vitamin D, especially fish fatty.

Vitamin D itself is known to protect skin, eyes, and nervous system that are susceptible to damage as a result high blood sugar.

Fish recommended because it is high in protein and lots of unsaturated fat which improves heart health and reduces the level of bad cholesterol.

Fish also contains a lot vitamin D and vitamin B2. Vitamin B2 keeps your bones healthy, which is good for sufferers diabetes, whose bones can be damaged by high blood glucose levels.

Basically diabetes type 2 itself is caused by the body not producing enough of the hormone insulin or the body not reacting to insulin.

In this regard, a small randomized controlled trial published in September 2019 in the European Journal of Endocrinology found supplementation vitamin D for six months increased insulin sensitivity and production in 96 high-risk or newly diagnosed participants diabetes type 2.

Launching from Everyday Health, the findings show that vitamin D can help delay diabetes type 2. According to a review published in September 2019 in the journal Current Diabetes Reports, suplemen vitamin D can also reduce risk diabetes type 2.

In addition, pancreatic cells in person by person diabetes type 2 doesn’t work well and struggles to produce enough insulin to help control it blood sugar levels.

Meanwhile, pancreatic receptors can live when a person has sufficient vitamin D levels.

“Specific receptors in the pancreas can only live when vitamin D which is quite available. His thoughts are vitamin D can support pancreatic function, “said Shahzadi Devje, RD, CDE, a licensed professional nutritionist from Toronto, Canada, as quoted from Everyday Health.

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