Study says pregnant women eat more vegetables can reduce the risk of diabetes in children

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Swedish researchers in the latest edition of the American "pediatric diabetes" (Pediatr Diabetes) magazine reported that pregnant women eat

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Swedish researchers in the latest edition of the American "pediatric diabetes" (Pediatr Diabetes) magazine reported that pregnant women eat more vegetables can reduce the risk of suffering from type I diabetes children.

Swedish researchers at Gothenburg University conducted a survey of 6000 children aged 5 years and found that 3% of respondents are either patients with type I diabetes, or high-risk patients with type I diabetes, and these two kinds of circumstances and pregnant mothers how much about eating vegetables.

The researchers believe that, if the mother rarely eat vegetables during pregnancy, the risk of their children born after suffering from type I diabetes will increase two times every day, but if the mother during pregnancy have a certain amount of vegetables, their risk after the birth of a child suffering from type I diabetes will be reduced to a minimum.

Responsible for nutritionist Blake wrote the research report said, this is the first time they found that pregnant women eat vegetables and children suffering from type I Diabetes Association, but still need to conduct more in-depth research, in order to make the final conclusion.

Type I diabetes, also known as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus or juvenile diabetes, occurs mostly in children and adolescents, and type I diabetes accounts for less than 10% of the total number of patients with diabetes. Researchers on the cause of type I diabetes has been difficult to determine, but it is generally believed that the disease and human immune system defects, viral infection and genetic variation and other factors. (source: Xinhua plateau)

 

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