People with diabetes who eat fewer processed foods at night may live longer, according to a new study. The study was published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.Read also: Everything you need to know about kidney failure, a risk for diabetic patients
Meal times should be consistent with the biological clock, a natural internal process that regulates the sleep-wake cycle and repeats itself every 24 hours. Health outcomes for people with diabetes may be improved if certain foods are eaten at different times of the day. Also Read – Mocha Die Muger Dal: Eat Your Way Through Bengal History at Le Meridian Gurgaon
“We noticed that eating potatoes in the morning, whole grains in the afternoon, greens and milk in the evening, and less processed meat in the evening were associated with better long-term survival in people with diabetes,” said Qingrao Song, MD, from Harbin Medical University in Harbin. China. Read also: Dilli 6 Culinary Festival at Crowne Plaza Okhla celebrates female power during which you can indulge in a taste of the Mughal era
“Dietary recommendations and intervention strategies for diabetes should take into account the optimal timing of food consumption in the future,” he added.
The researchers analyzed National Health and Nutrition Survey data from 4,642 people with diabetes to determine their risk of dying from heart disease.
They found that people with diabetes who ate potatoes or starchy vegetables in the morning, whole grains in the afternoon, and dark vegetables like leafy greens, broccoli and milk in the evening were less likely to die from heart disease.
Those who ate a lot of processed meat in the evening were more likely to die from heart disease.
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