Do you like hot dogs or burgers with two slices of bacon or a sausage? The weight of each type of meat is on average only 50 grams, but if taken every day it would be bad for your diabetes diet plan.
Recent research from the Harvard School of Public Health shows that those who eat processed meat everyday (such as ham, sausage, and bacon), have higher risk of heart disease (42 percent) and type 2 diabetes mellitus (19 percent). The definition of a processed meat here is all kinds of meat that is processed by means of smoked or salted.
However, still according to the same research team, consuming unprocessed meats (like beef, lamb, or pork) won’t increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes as much as consuming processed meats. Read more…
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