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According to a study published in Jama Network Open, the risk of developing colorectal cancer in people who have has obesity between 8-10 years before diagnosis is twice as high as people who do of a normal weight in the same time.
According to an observational study published in BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health, a low-carbohydrate lifestyle programme, pioneered by a British GP, has found success in reversing type 2 diabetes, with 77% of patients in the programme achieving remission.
A study published in Diabetologia has found that bariatric surgery is successful at reversing health problems, including diabetes, among patients with obesity. The surgery can improve glucose and lipid levels, blood pressure, total cholesterol and peripheral neuropathy among patients.
According to a study published in BMJ Medicine, consuming sugar-free caffeinated beverages may help to reduce the risk of developing obesity and type 2 diabetes due to the metabolism boosting effects. The researchers state that more studies are needed.