The Impact of Food Types and Lifestyle on Diabetes and Cholesterol Levels

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Neveen Issa (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP )
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Dr. Sivanadane Mandjiny

Abstract: This research is focused on the effect of the different types of food and lifestyles on diabetes type II and cholesterol levels. Different Lifestyles and types of food from countries located in the West, East and Middle East were studied and compared. Data of blood glucose and cholesterol levels were compared for each of the following countries; United States, Egypt, and Republic of Korea (South Korea). The purpose of this research was to relate the relationship between two diseases: diabetes type II and high cholesterol to the lifestyle and type of food of the different cultures and countries among Western, Middle Eastern and Eastern nations.

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Honors Project
Esther G. Maynor Honors College
Language: English
Date: 2018
Types of Food, Lifestyles, Diabetes, Diabetes Type II, Cholesterol Levels, Blood Glucose, Diet Therapy, United States, Egypt, Republic of Korea (South Korea)

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