31 July 2006

Type 2 Diabetes? Go veggo!

It appears that Vegan input beats anti-Diabetes standards, at least in the USA.

Vegan is pretty straightforward to do, too: reject anything animal (milk, eggs, and of course anything like meat or animal fat) and get it as close to raw as possible. Mountains of strawberries, mangoes and so on — ooh! sentence me! faster! — which it seems reduces all manner of odd symptoms from additives acting like weird diseases [sorry, I dropped that link].

1 comment:

Leon Brooks said...

I feel impelled to mention that Vegan is also kind of mixed on the fitness front: the food is much better all around in terms of weight, poisons & fat — but the absence of pursuit does reduce the inherent exercise in chasing something like cows, sheep or fish.