Fighting type II diabetes -seafood has better effect for women-not so for men 2019

So, eating seafood, seafood, and more seafood with all the omega-3 fatty acids the water dwellers carry inside just may help fend off diabetes, as well as having other healthy attributes, says many in the medical, health, and diet industry.

No one has mentioned that eating seafood may or may not be better for fighting diabetes for women than men… until now.  (realage.com)

Determined in a “15-year Chinese study,” (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21677058) all types of seafood can help protect women from type II diabetes, while men do not enjoy that same defense.  no, it is only when men eat shellfish – crab, crawfish, lobster, shrimp, clams, oyster, scallops (don’t feel too sorry for the guys, they have a lot to choose from) – they get the benefits that help fight off the disease.

Additional research is needed to find out why women and men have these differences.  But most of those in the know agree that whether you are a man or a woman, the facts are the same; it is the omega-3 fatty acids or the EPA and DHA in that seafood that keeps the insulin running as it should; insulin being the magic that is the body’s blood sugar-controlling hormone.

The role of the omega -3 fatty acids has been well established in the fight against cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes.  But studies have shown the omega-3 fatty acid can have effect on many other ailments as well.  Such as Lupus, Rheumatoid arthritis, depression, ADHD, skin disorders, IBD and many more stated in a report by the University of Maryland Medical Center.

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