And theA study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism suggests that staring for 16 hours without eating can lead people with diabetes to recover.
Scientists at Changsha Agricultural University in China analyzed information from 72 people with diabetes between the ages of 38 and 72. All subjects received the diagnosis for at least 11 years.
The participants were divided into two groups: one group adopted intermittent fasting for three months, while the other did not make any changes to their eating routine. After this period, about 90% of the volunteers who changed their diet reduced the use of medications for diabetes. Of these, 47.2% (17 of 36 subjects) recovered from type 2 diabetes.
Remember that diabetes is a chronic “silent” disease that affects all ages and both sexes. It is characterized by an increase in blood sugar, which leads to hyperglycemia. Warning signs can go unnoticed in type 2 diabetes, the most common type of diabetes that appears when the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin or the body does not use it properly.
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