Can a Style of Cooking Lead to Bigger Risk of Diabetes?
According to a new study, changing the way you cook could help reduce your risk of getting type 2 diabetes. The studies authors say that when you fry, grill or bake foods, foods produce substances called advanced glycation end products or AGEs. According to the authors, higher levels of AGEs have been linked to insulin resistance, stress on the body’s cells and inflammation, which are huge factors in terms of a diabetes risk. The study’s lead author, Dr. Jaime Uribarri, adds, “When you look at people with chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes or dementia put on a high-AGE diet or a low one, those on the low-AGE diet show signs of decreasing inflammation.”
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