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Type 2 diabetes is an inflammatory disease often seen along with heart and blood vessel disease and depression. According to a report published in the journal Brain Behavior and Immunity in March 2016, inflammation and blood vessel malfunction could be linked with depression. Investigators at Maastricht University in the Netherlands looked at 852 individuals diagnosed with depression. The participants with inflammation and blood vessel dysfunction had the highest degree of depression. Lifestyle factors could not account for the link. From this information, it was concluded inflammation and blood vessel malfunction could be part of the story of depression. Inflammation is usually defined as being... localized redness, swelling, pain, loss of function, and heat seen and felt on the outside of your body. In Type 2 diabetes the inflammation is inside the body. Fat cells contain molecules called cytokines, which are involved in inflammation. An anti-inflammatory eating plan has been developed where fruits and vegetables are recommended, along with omega-3 fatty acids from sources such as walnuts and soy milk. Spices such as ginger and curry can be considered as being anti-inflammatory as well. Foods to avoid include... red meat and dairy food with high fat content, as well as refined and processed foods. Pasta and white rice should also be eaten sparingly: brown rice and whole grains are part of the anti-inflammatory diet. The eating plan is healthy and ideal for helping to prevent and control blood sugar levels along with heart and blood vessel disease. And if it lowers inflammation, so much the better. Cells inside your blood vessels function to widen or narrow the vessels as the need for oxygen varies. The cells malfunction when there is an imbalance of molecules causing widening and those molecules responsible for cell narrowing. When the vessels are not able to widen in response to rapid heart beats, your heart struggles to pump blood throughout your body. This is known to cause high blood pressure and heart failure and, according to the Maastricht study, likely has a link to depression. Cells lining the inner part of your blood vessels produce nitrogen oxide (NO), which helps the vessels to widen. When the cells do not produce "NO," white cells can migrate into your blood vessels and then cholesterol and calcium can stick to your inner vessel walls, clogging the vessels. A healthy eating plan is helpful in keeping this from happening. Low-calorie diets without too much protein or fat are usually recommended. Clogged vessels are often seen in Type 2 diabetes, and some experts think the relationship might go in two directions. Perhaps Type 2 diabetes causes clogged vessels as well as clogged vessels contributing to this form of diabetes. More research is needed to solve this puzzle. Although managing your disease can be very challenging, Type 2 diabetes is not a condition you must just live with. You can make simple changes to your daily routine and lower both your weight and your blood sugar levels. Hang in there, the longer you do it, the easier it gets. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/9345009

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