Jianalunduo university scholars conducted a survey, the object is nearly 92000 the average age of 38 year old middle-aged women. The investigators first on the chest size of volunteers at the age of 20 to do a certain understanding, then which will be suffering from diabetes and its young female chest size comparison. The results showed that: those who wear bras A cup of women with diabetes risk minimum; compared with them, wear bras B cup of women with diabetes 32% high probability; high 71% to wear C cup, high 58% to wear D cup. That the survey results also consider including genetic and obesity and many other pathogenic factors.
researchers are unclear mechanism of chest big women susceptible to diabetes, they guess is probably play a role in breast adipose tissue, their excess can lead to insulin resistance cell. The relevant reduces the sensitivity to the onset of type 2 diabetes and human cells to insulin, usually under the condition of began to develop after the age of 40, the UK alone about 2000000 people were kind of disease.
artificial breast will be prone to diabetes
The discovery health survey of 92000 nurses were
of America’s research group, female breast excessive accumulation of fat, especially artificial breast of women, are more likely to suffer from diabetes, someone put the abdominal fat transplantation to the breast and unprofitable, but increase the incidence of type 2 diabetes risk. Although this situation is no reasonable explanation, but the facts have been found. Therefore, the researchers believe that breast size should let nature take its course, not artificial modification, breast is too large or artificial breast history should be wary of MS, traces of type 2 diabetes mellitus.
so, too artificial modification may also bring risks to health, it’s best to go, who once had long chest lady or itself excessive breast ladies, to start from the daily life, to develop good habits, traces should be especially alert to type 2 diabetes, blood sugar check when necessary, in order to facilitate the early detection and treatment.