Millions of people die every year due to the deadly disease of diabetes. Diabetes can trigger any fatal disease in the human body. To make people aware of this, World Diabetes Day is celebrated on 14 November every year. There is a special reason behind celebrating Diabetes Day on 14 November.
In 1922, a scientist named Federic Benting invented insulin for the prevention of diabetes. November 14 is the birth date of the WHO and the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) started celebrating as World Diabetes Day in 1991. Insulin converts sugar into energy in the blood, which is why diabetics are given additional doses of insulin. When the pancreas does not work properly, the blood cells do not get enough energy. Then insulin works to make energy from sugar.
Experts believe that there are many reasons for increasing sugar in the blood. Eating more junk food, more sugar syrup, high protein content and less glycemic stuff can increase sugar level. All this blame is on our bad lifestyle.
To avoid the risk of diabetes, we should consume green leafy vegetables. Eat things like spinach, bitter gourd, broccoli, carrots, fenugreek, cabbage, tomatoes, asparagus, cucumber, green beans and bathua. All these things are very beneficial in diabetes. The antioxidants present in them keep your heart and eyes healthy.
Egg and dairy products are beneficial for health, but nowadays different types of chemicals are being used in them, so be cautious. It would be better if you can leave milk. Instead, include things like yogurt or cheese in the diet.
Diabetic patients should use smooth substances like ghee, oil, refined very carefully. Use oils or fats that are anti-inflammatory saturated. Avoid eating pro-inflammatory polyunsaturated oils or fats.