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Author Topic: Vegan Diets May Also Help Ease Nerve Pain of Diabetes Sufferers  (Read 3898 times)

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A low-fat eating plan that contains fresh veggies, beans, whole grains and other plant foods might relieve nerve pain associated with type 2 diabetes and could ultimately reduce patients' likelihood of losing a limb to the disease, say findings from a small pilot study published in the journal Nutrition & Diabetes.

This pain, called diabetic neuropathy, is a type of circulation-related nerve damage that affects as many as half of all people living with type 2 diabetes. If left untreated, the condition can cause searing pain, ulcerous infections and is the leading cause of limb amputations for those with the metabolic disease.

For the study, researchers put 17 overweight adults with diabetic neuropathy on a low-fat, vegan diet for 20 weeks then compared their reported pain levels with 17 other adults who did not change their eating habits.

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