According to a new study published in June in JAMA Internal
Medicine eating red meat over time is associated with a higher
chance of developing type 2 diabetes, which in the most common type
of diabetes. "Our results confirm the robustness of the association
between red meat and T2DM (Type 2 Diabetes) and add further evidence
that limiting red meat consumption over time confers benefits for
T2DM prevention," wrote the authors, who were led by Dr. An Pan, a
researcher at the National University of Singapore.
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We are what we eat! Many chronic diseases, such as type 2
diabetes, may be prevented or reversed by showing compassion to
God's animals, and therefore, not eating them. Compassion and mercy
are certainly healing.
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