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If you want to cut your risk for diabetes by a third, you should ease up on your red meat intake  and opt for healthier alternatives. By switching out red meat and processed meat and eating more lean protein sources, such as beans, nuts, and fish.

Eating a daily serving of red meat (beef, pork, lamb) or processed meat (bacon, hot dogs, sausage, many deli meats) is a big risk for type 2 diabetes. For example, a small daily serving of beef (less than a typical burger) ups your diabetes risk 19%. Think that's bad? Scarfing down a hot dog, a sausage patty, or two bacon strips every day boosts diabetes risk by 51%!  processed meats have a lot of preservatives. They weaken your ability to produce blood-sugar-controlling insulin. The iron in red meat, surprisingly, may do the same thing.

 

 


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