Daily consumption of red meat may increase the risk of developing diabetes, according to a study by researchers at Harvard University (USA), supported by
Le Parisien / Aujourd'hui en France
, Thursday, Aug. 11. In detail, people who eat 100 grams daily of red meat have 19% more likely to suffer from diabetes.
According to the study in the United States, the eating daily 50 grams of processed red meat, that is to say sausages or hot dogs, could increase by 51% the risk of becoming diabetic.
The authors of these studies indicate that consumption of grains, nuts or low fat dairy could reduce the risk of developing diabetes.
According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 220 million people have diabetes worldwide.