The authors said, “High ST, low HPA, and low CRF were each associated with several markers of cardiometabolic health and higher risk for the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes independent of each other. A combination of low CRF and low HPA and a combination of low CRF and high ST were associated with a particularly high risk of having the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes.”
Furthermore, they discovered that a change from low to medium CRF appeared to be more beneficial than medium to high CRF since the difference in risk of type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome was higher between low and medium CRF than between medium and high CRF.
“We also need to find out what amount of ST is associated with a clinically relevant increase in risk and which levels of HPA and CRF are associated with clinically relevant lower risk for the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes,” added the authors.
The full findings are present in the journal- Diabetologia.
Diabetes Food Check: Eat Apples & Avocados, Junk Most Things White
18 May, 2018
The life you lead and the food you eat are two important factors when it comes to diabetes. Both play a role for those who are already battling it and for those who remain vulnerable to it.
Whole foods that are not processed should always be on the menu. But also remember that some items have to be away from the dining table if you want to steer clear of diabetes.
Additionally, avoid special diets and stick to what you make at home. Just follow the basic rules like keeping a constant calorie count during meals.