Dietary fat and incidence of type 2 diabetes in older women in Dakshina Kannada
Dr. Gireesh, Dr. Nishanth Gowda N, Dr. Shruthi Rai P, Dr. Sandesh KS
Dietary fat is a major risk factor that increases the development and prevalence of incidence type 2 diabetes in older women. The increased rates of the disease among women in Dakshina Kannada increased the need for having to engage in an extensive study whose objective is to determine the relationship between the increased rates of disease among the older women with the intake of dietary fats. The research design and methods used in the study capitalizes on enhancing the reliability of the results and findings in order to make appropriate conclusions concerning the impact of the dietary fats in the development of incidence type 2 diabetes. The data collection methods implemented in the study involved the use of baseline questionnaire that sought different responses from the participants selected to engage in the study. The findings from the study indicated a significant impact of the dietary fats in increasing the prevalence rates of type 2 diabetes among older women in the given region.
Dr. Gireesh, Dr. Nishanth Gowda N, Dr. Shruthi Rai P, Dr. Sandesh KS. Dietary fat and incidence of type 2 diabetes in older women in Dakshina Kannada. International Journal of Medicine Research, Volume 3, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 40-43