WorldPath Health MEDICAL INFORMATION BULLETIN – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, CAMBRIDGE, MA, November 22, 8:45 AM:
Prevention of the onset of Type II Diabetes is critical to good health and longevity.
A new study indicates that a high-protein, moderate-carbohydrate diet may help improve glucose tolerance and other metabolic parameters in people with prediabetes. Remission of prediabetes occurred in 100% of subjects with a high protein diet. Significant weight loss (9.8%) was also seen in the participants. The group also had significant improvements in insulin sensitivity, cardiovascular risk factors, including LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, and inflammatory cytokines compared with HC diet Blood indictors of control improved significantly.
The prevalence of prediabetes in the United States currently exceeds 86 million. Prediabetes is a silent danger and this study shows that it can be improved or eradicated by correct diet.
The WorldPath Health Executive Health Program includes screening examinations for many potential dangerous diseases with a special emphasis on Diabetes. Diet and lifestyle recommendations are provided to help maintain good heal and longevity. Preventing the development of diabetes and effective management of clients with diabetes is an essential part of that program.
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