Adherence to a Vegetarian Diet and Diabetes Risk: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies.

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diabetes mellitus 5333 OR “pescovegetarian” OR “semi-vegetarian” OR “semivegetarian” AND “diabetes” OR “ diabetes mellitus ” OR “diabetic” OR “type 2 diabetes” OR “type 2 diabetes mellitus” OR “NIDDM” OR “non-insulin
diabetes mellitus 5410 AND “diabetes” OR “diabetes mellitus” OR “diabetic” OR “type 2 diabetes” OR “type 2 diabetes mellitus ” OR “NIDDM” OR “non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus” OR “noninsulin dependent diabetes
diabetes mellitus 5474 “type 2 diabetes” OR “type 2 diabetes mellitus” OR “NIDDM” OR “non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus ” OR “noninsulin dependent diabetes mellitus” in all fields and as MeSH terms. Information on all
diabetes mellitus 5522 mellitus” OR “NIDDM” OR “non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus” OR “noninsulin dependent diabetes mellitus ” in all fields and as MeSH terms. Information on all references obtained from the searches was imported
diabetes mellitus 13704 meta-analysis of prospective studies using a dose-response analysis revealed that the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus was reduced by up to 81% by optimally consuming risk-reducing foods such as whole grains, vegetables,
diabetes mellitus 15198 vegetarian diet. Interestingly, recent meta-analysis showed that the consumption of fish/seafood and type 2 diabetes mellitus risk were negatively correlated in Asians who ate more fatty fish (raw or steamed) but positively correlated
diabetes mellitus 19318 testing or clinical diagnosis in all studies, and we did not distinguish between type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus .5. ConclusionsThe findings of this meta-analysis of observational studies raise the possibility that
obesity 17672 the duration of adherence to the diet; e.g., long-term vegetarian diet had lower chronic disease or obesity rates than comparable omnivores [[25],[47]]. Information on the length of time of maintaining a vegetarian
type 2 diabetes mellitus 5403 “semivegetarian” AND “diabetes” OR “diabetes mellitus” OR “diabetic” OR “type 2 diabetes” OR “ type 2 diabetes mellitus ” OR “NIDDM” OR “non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus” OR “noninsulin dependent diabetes
type 2 diabetes mellitus 13697 recent meta-analysis of prospective studies using a dose-response analysis revealed that the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus was reduced by up to 81% by optimally consuming risk-reducing foods such as whole grains, vegetables,
type 2 diabetes mellitus 15191 vegetarian diet. Interestingly, recent meta-analysis showed that the consumption of fish/seafood and type 2 diabetes mellitus risk were negatively correlated in Asians who ate more fatty fish (raw or steamed) but positively correlated
type 2 diabetes mellitus 19311 laboratory testing or clinical diagnosis in all studies, and we did not distinguish between type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus .5. ConclusionsThe findings of this meta-analysis of observational studies raise the possibility that

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