Researchers at the University of Adelaide and the Institute of Health and Medical Research in South Australia have found that food consumption over a period of time reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes.
According to MedicalXpress, the study was conducted with the participation of 15 people who are very sensitive to type 2 diabetes.
According to Russia today, scientists measured blood glucose levels daily and found that a nine-hour diet allowed for food, improved metabolism, and facilitated blood glucose control. According to researchers, this effect was achieved by reducing body weight.
Findings suggest that the risk of diabetes can be reduced without giving up favorite foods by eating on the right day. But scientists say it is necessary to carry out new experiments by increasing the number of days to confirm the effectiveness of this method.