هل تعرف ان السمنة تؤدي للإصابة بمرض السكري مع قلة الحركة والنشاط -اخبرنا ما رأيك ؟

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لوحظ في السنوات الأخيرة ارتفاع نسبة الإصابة بالسمنة في العالم كله بسبب تغير نمط الحياة وتحسن مستوى المعيشة-اصبح الناس يتحركون أقل-امام التليفزيون والكومبيوتر لساعات طويلة -يتناولون الوجبات السريعة المليئة بالسعرات الحرارية والدهون

في نفس الوقت لوحظ زيادة معدلات الإصابة بالسكري- النوع الثاني -هذا اثبت أنه هناك علاقة بين السمنة وإجهاد البنكرياس والإصابة بالسكري في هؤلاء الذين لهم قابلية وراثية للإصابة بالسكري

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