Tea helps reduce the risk of developing diabetes

According to the staff of the company from Switzerland Data Mining International, the risk of type 2 diabetes is reduced from the usual Cup of tea.

According to The Daily Mail, after analyzing data on the health of people living in 50 countries identified more rare manifestation of metabolic syndrome and a lower propensity to obesity in people who mostly black tea. Scientists believe that due to the fermentation processes used in the manufacture of black tea grade, significantly increases the content of flavonoids. Flavonoids called the group of phenolic compounds of natural origin, healthy and contained in plants.

In the study, experts were analyzed, often used as tea and how prevalent various diseases, including type 2 diabetes. For example, it was found that black tea is the main drink of the Irish people, and they occupy one of leading places in the world with an annual consumption of about 2 kg of this product per capita. Many fans of tea live in the UK and Turkey. All three countries are characterized by low level of diabetes among their citizens than the citizens of other countries (such as Mexico, Morocco and Brazil) who prefer other drinks.

According to study leader Ariel of Bereznyaki on the prevention of other diseases drinking tea is not reflected examined the impact solely on type 2 diabetes. He noted that in recent decades the prevalence of the disease has increased significantly. It is expected that in the world there will be an increase in the number of patients with diabetes with the current 285 million to 435 million people in 2030. The world economy will lose every year half a billion dollars in connection with this disease.

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Previously, scientists from Vanderbilt University (Nashville, USA) was able to establish that when used by women green tea at least three times a week they have reduced by 14% risk of developing cancer of the digestive system. In the research process, the findings of which are published British Medical Journal, analyzed the health status of more than 69 thousand Chinese.

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