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Do Prunes Prevent Diabetes, Obesity and High Cholesterol?

Prunes can help to prevent Type 2 diabetes and obesity, as well as helping to lower your cholesterol. Read on to find out about the many benefits of prunes.

Causes of Diabetes, Obesity and High Cholesterol

Obesity significantly increases your risk of diabetes and high blood pressure, and these conditions are also intertwined with heart disease. An obese person’s risk of a heart attack is 3 times greater than that of a person who has a healthy weight.

Health Plus 2020

You can find out about each of these health issues and their link to Metabolic Syndrome, via the NHS website.

The Health Benefits of Prunes

Her are 5 key health benefits of prunes:

  1. Supporting Heart Health
  2. Supporting Bone Health
  3. Prunes Can Help Reduce The Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes
  4. Supporting The Digestive Process
  5. Prunes May Help To Slow The Aging Process

For additional information surrounding each health benefit, take a look at this BBC Good Food article.

Preventing Diabetes, Obesity and High Cholesterol

Here are three helpful ways to help reduce high blood sugar and cholesterol levels, that in turn can help with preventing the risk of diabetes and obesity:

  • Eating healthy fats
  • Reducing your intake of added sugar
  • Eating mostly whole, nutritious foods

Is A Prune A Dried Plum?

Prunes are plums that have been dehydrated for preservation purposes. Sometimes called dried plums, prunes are deep red-brown with a chewy texture and a savory-sweet flavor. Unlike fresh plums, prunes can last in your cupboards for much longer.

Do Prunes Prevent Diabetes, Obesity and High Cholesterol

The consumption of plum or prunes causes modulation of cellular pathways that are deregulated in obesity. Due to this, there is evidence to show that the regular consumption of plums or prunes can potentially be very helpful in preventing and/or managing obesity and obesity-related disorders.

Studies have also reported that soluble fiber, which is found in prunes, may help reduce cholesterol levels.

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