Even if you are not overweight and eat little sugar and light carbohydrates, you may still be at risk.
Morning cup of strong coffee not only helps to wake up, but also reduces the risk of developing diabetes. Researchers from Harvard have concluded that those who drink three to six cups of coffee a day have a 33% lower risk of diabetes than those who prefer other drinks. Obviously, some components contained in coffee beans can reduce insulin resistance, as well as increase glucose metabolism. The main thing is that coffee should be black, without sugar and cream.
Prefer to work at night? You're taking a big risk: A South Korean study found that people who regularly stay awake at night have a higher risk of type 2 diabetes - even if they end up getting seven to eight hours of sleep a night. Poor quality of sleep at night and high doses of artificial light and radiation from TV screens, computers and mobile phones are directly related to reduced insulin sensitivity and poor blood sugar regulation.
There are few dairy products
The less good bacteria in your gut, the higher your risk of diabetes. Good bacteria are essential for he althy digestion - otherwise inflammation can develop, which in turn can lead to insulin resistance. And the easiest way to keep your gut he althy is to eat enough dairy products.
Watch too many shows
Every extra hour spent in front of a TV screen or laptop increases the risk of diabetes by 3.4% - these are the results of a study conducted by experts from the University of Pittsburgh. The fact is that a sedentary lifestyle contributes to the accumulation of visceral fat, which in turn increases the risk of developing diabetes by reducing the body's sensitivity to insulin.