A new study suggests that the possibility of type 2 diabetes may strikingly minimized by consuming a diet rich in omega-6 polyunsaturated fats. These findings published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, exuberate new light on the prospective health interest of Omega 6 which exists in bean and seed oils such as Soybean and Sunflower oils and in nuts support clinical exhortation to enlarge dietary consumption of omega-6 rich foods.
Lead author Dr. Jason Wu, of The George Institute for Global Health in Sydney, said that our findings propose that an uncomplicated modification in diet may safeguard people from expanding type 2 diabetes which has reached at disproportionate levels around the world.
Senior author and Professor Dariush Mozaffarian, of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University in Massachusetts said that there is a spectacular proof. The people included in the study were predominantly healthy and they were not given any certain instruction on what to consume. Still those who possessed excessive levels of blood omega -6 markers had a very less chance of advancing type 2 diabetes.
Current studies have assembled questions that omega 6 might reflect negative health effects such as infection creating growing risk of long lasting diseases. Still, when the worldwide alliance conducted by The George Institute traversed these apprehensions in global studies, they detected that people who had the high blood level of linoleic acid, the paramount omega-6 fat, were 35 percent less likely to evolve type 2 diabetes in the prospective days than those who had the minimal amount.