From the findings of a new study, researchers are suggesting intake of curry dishes because they believe an ingredient is present in the curry dishes which help in cutting the risks of developing chronic diseases in diabetes patients.
World Health Organization study shows a big number of people presently affected with Type 2 diabetes around the world. They fear that the figure can soon reach 366 million by the year 2030.
Diabetes is an illness in which people have trouble in properly processing the dietary sugar. This hampers the energy levels in the patient’s body and starts building up dangerous levels in their blood. Learning more about the ways to tackle the condition, researchers conducted a small study in Thailand from which they found an ingredient present in curry dishes, which they claim may help in reducing the risk of developing the chronic diseases.
The ingredient found is curcumin, which researchers believe efficiently serves the health of diabetic patients. It lowers the risk of occurrence of Type 2 diabetes in people who are pre-diabetic.
Experts added that the magical substance is usually found in turmeric, the spice that is added to curry dishes to add them with a characteristic flavor and yellow color.
Above are the findings of the researchers from the Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok.
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