The Best Diet for Weight Loss and Disease Prevention

Why are vegetarian diets so effective in preventing and treating diabetes? Maybe because of weight loss. People who eat mostly plant foods, they are usually significantly weaker and not just based on consideration per part of the population, you can conduct intervention studies and test: a randomized controlled population survey with complete plant nutrition. The main difference between plant nutrition and other approaches to weight loss is that participants were instructed to take a full plant foods ad libitum, which means as much as they want, no calorie counting, no portion control. Just to eat.

It is about improving the quality of food, rather than limiting the amount of food. And in this study, they made people just focus on diet, not to increase training just because they wanted to isolate the effect of healthy eating.

So what happened? No portion restrictions, eating all the healthy foods you want. Here's where they started: on average, obese at almost 95 kg; the average height is about 165 cm.

After three months they lost about 8 kg; after 6 months, another about 11 kg. But you know what happens in these studies with weight loss. This is not an institutional study, whereby they lock people up and feed them; food was not provided to them. They simply informed people about the benefits of plant-based nutrition and encouraged them to do so themselves and their families, home and society. So, yes, usually what we see in these so-called "free-living" studies, there is weight loss after six months, but then, after a year, the weight returns or increases.

But in this study, they were able to maintain this weight loss for a year. And of course, their cholesterol has improved as well, but the unusual thing is, that they achieved greater weight loss after 6 and 12 months than in any other study, which does not limit calorie intake or does not require regular exercise.

It is worth repeating. A complete plant-based diet that achieves the biggest weight loss ever recorded after 6 and 12 months, compared to any other intervention published in the medical literature. Now, apparently, with very low-calorie starvation diets you can lose weight as much as you want.

These liquid diets with medical control, however, are obvious just short-term solutions, high cost, high wear rate and a high probability of regaining much of the weight, while the whole point of a complete plant-based diet is to maximize long-term health and longevity. I mean, even if, for example, the low carb effects were so effective, the point of losing weight is not to put you in a smaller coffin. Studies on the effects of low carb diets show a high mortality rate for all reasons - which means shorter life expectancy - reduced arterial function, worsening of coronary artery disease and increase in constipation, headache, bad breath, muscle cramps, general feeling of weakness and rash.

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Still, it's not as effective as the diet it actually has only good side effects, such as lowering the risk of diabetes beyond just losing weight. Yes, the lower risk of type 2 diabetes among vegetarians can be explained by parts with improved weight.

However, the lower risk can also be explained by higher amounts undigested fiber in food and plant proteins, lack of protein and iron derived from meat and eggs and lower saturated fat intake. Most studies report the lowest risk of type 2 diabetes in people who adhere to strictly plant-based diets. This can be explained by the fact that vegans, unlike vegetarians, do not eat eggs, which seem to be associated with a higher risk of diabetes.

Maybe the reason is the more limited diet of the food chain, so avoid the highest levels of persistent organic pollutants, such as dioxins, polychlorinated biphenyl, DDT in animal products, which are associated with a risk factor for diabetes. It may have something to do with the intestinal microbiome.

With all these fibers, not surprisingly, there will be fewer disease-causing bacteria and a more protected intestinal flora, which can lead to less inflammation in the body, this can be a key feature connecting the healthier intestinal flora with health benefits - including metabolic dysfunction seen in type 2 diabetes.

And it is this variety of benefits that can help for adherence and for continuity from the family. While a household that includes people who do not have diabetes are unlikely to be enthusiastic to follow a "diabetes diet" is not a healthy diet specific to a disease and may also improve other chronic conditions. So while patients with diabetes are likely to see improvement in controlling your blood sugar, the husband or wife who suffers from constipation or high blood pressure, may see improvements as well overweight children if you turn healthy eating into a family trait.

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