Whole grains also help prevent diabetes, research shows
Helsinki: Finnish medical experts have discovered that the use of whole grains (whole grains) reduces the risk of diabetes, which in the coming years can lead to cost savings in diagnosis, medicine and other related matters. ۔
The study, published in the latest issue of the research journal Nutrients, was conducted jointly by experts from the University of Eastern Finland and the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare.
It should be noted that wheat and barley, including husks, are called ‘whole grains’, the benefits of which are increasing with each new research.
The study found that if about 100 grams of whole grains were included in the daily diet, the risk of diabetes could be averted for about ten years.
In the case of diabetes, there is a gradual increase in the cost of treatment and medication for diabetes, which can lead to many other economic problems.
He says that if everyone in Europe alone started consuming whole grains, it could save 100 million euros in a decade.