5 2 diet results – Is the 5:2 benefit for diabetics?


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Diet results 5: 2. The benefit 5: 2 for diabetics?
For patients with type 2 diabetes, research has always recommended that they follow a radical low-calorie diet to put them on the road to remission. This means seven days of meals restricted in calories, which can start to look very sad around the fourth day …

Fortunately, a global study from the University of South Australia found that patients with diabetes can achieve the same results, including weight loss and maintenance of blood glucose levels, by following the 5: 2 diet.
Fasting for two days a week could help people with diabetes lose weight and control their blood sugar levels as effectively as diets every day, according to a study.

Experts suggest that people could benefit from a 5: 2 diet in which they normally eat for five days a week and then limit themselves to 600 calories or less for the remaining two.

A small global study conducted by scientists at the University of South Australia states that dieting could work as well as limiting caloric intake seven days a week.

Losing weight is important to combat type 2 diabetes, which affects millions of adults around the world and is often related to being overweight.
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