Saturday 11 March 2017

This Trendy Diet Would Increase Your TYPE-2 Diabetes By Almost 13 Percent

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Trendy gluten-free diets may increase the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a study has warned.

Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham and Russell Crowe are among fans of the eating plan that shuns wheat, rye and barley.

But people who ate less than four grammes a day had a 13% higher risk of developing diabetes, a study of nearly 200,000 people found.

Gluten is found in pasta, cakes, cereals, most types of bread, certain sauces, some ready meals and beer.

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The one in 100 Britons who have coeliac disease cannot tolerate gluten, which triggers gut issues.

Gluten has been linked to autism, depression, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis and diabetes.

In 2013 Paltrow said she had put her family on a gluten-free diet, “curing” her son’s eczema.

But gluten-free food lacks fibre, which protects against diabetes.

Dr Geng Zong, of Harvard University, said: “People without coeliac disease may reconsider limiting gluten intake for chronic disease prevention, especially for diabetes.”

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Another US study found smoking cannabis increases the risk of stroke by 26% and heart failure by 10%.

Dr Aditi Kalla, of the Einstein Medical Centre in Philadelphia, said: “Something else is going on besides obesity or diet-related side effects. More research will be needed.”

Meanwhile, Viagra used after a heart attack lowers the risk of dying, a Swedish study found.



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