One kilogram of milk a day, less diabetes

People with diabetes insist on drinking the right amount of milk, not only can absorb enough high-quality protein and calcium, but also control appetite, reduce the amount of rice, and avoid blood sugar fluctuations.

Drinking milk in addition to calcium supplementation can also prevent diabetes. Recently, a new study published in the American medical journal Epidemiology and Public Health showed that drinking a pound of milk a day can significantly reduce the risk of diabetes.

Metabolic syndrome is a metabolic disease including overweight or obesity, hyperglycemia, hypertension, and dyslipidemia. The risk of developing this type of diabetes for patients is four times that of those without the disease. Researchers at Cardiff University in the United Kingdom investigated the dietary habits and case records of 2,375 men aged 45-59 and found that people who drank at least one pound of milk a day had a 62% reduction in the risk of metabolic syndrome.

Why is drinking milk good for blood sugar? Another study from the University of Sydney, Australia gave an explanation. Carbohydrates, fats and proteins are the main sources of food energy. Dr. Ellison Gosby found that people with lower protein levels in their diet were hungry faster and had a greater appetite. People with diabetes insist on drinking the right amount of milk, not only can absorb enough high-quality protein and calcium, but also control appetite, reduce the amount of rice, and avoid blood sugar fluctuations.

However, how to drink milk is exquisite. The Pediatric Hospital Diabetes Center advised Red Ding that, first of all, it should not be fasted, especially before going to bed, which will cause more protein to be converted into calories. Secondly, eating some cereals when drinking milk can play a complementary role in nutrients. At the same time, it should be noted that lean meat also contains abundant protein, but if you can ensure the intake of milk, you should try to eat less lean meat. Secondly, sugar friends with normal blood lipids should choose full-fat milk with more nutrients, but sugar friends with dyslipidemia can choose low-fat milk. After drinking milk, there are sugar friends who have abdominal pain, bloating or anal exhaust. You can drink milk slightly hot and then drink.