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A Plant-based diet is proven to prevent, treat and reverse diabetes

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Plant-based diets prevent, treat, and reverse diabetes, by addressing both core pathophysiologic mechanisms — insulin resistance and diminished beta-cell function — simultaneously.

 

Individuals with strictly plant-based diets have 2.9% Type-2 diabetes prevalence, versus 7.6% for non-vegetarians. (2009 study)

 

Non-vegetarians are 74% more likely to develop diabetes than vegetarians.  (The Adventist Health Studies)

 

Individuals aged over 65 reporting high animal protein intake have a 5-fold increase in diabetes mortality.

 

Plant-based diets help address the following health issues

The health benefits of eating plant-based include:

Methodology

There is an overwhelming volume of research to substantiate the detrimental effects of animal consumption and the benefits of a plant-based diet.  We have included an abbreviated list of peer reviewed research articles as well as those by leading institutions.  We have excluded industry-funded research articles (or at least listed as having industry funding or if a primary author has an industry affiliation). Please let us know if you see a lapse or additional research we should include. 

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