University of Cadiz has resumed a personal diet and personal training project for those suffering from prediabetes hey diabetes type 2, Including medical and functional tests of high diagnostic value that allow the program to be adapted.
The project is led by researchers Jesus Gustavo Ponce Gonzalez why Christina Casals VazquezBoth doctors belong to the research group xfi From University of CadizHe has vast experience in treating this disease.
The initiative includes stress testing with electrocardiograms, complete testing and analysis of gut microbiota and muscle metabolism, as well as a 12-week free program of personal training and personalized diet under the supervision of experts who accompany participants throughout the process. .
The program is double funded by i+d+i Did Ministry of Science and Innovation Did Spanish governmentinside EDUGUTION AND APETEX PROJECT,
in the province Cadiz There are thousands of people who are overweight or obese who suffer from diabetes or have the disease in its advanced stages of prediabetes, a symptomatology directly related to cardiovascular diseases and certain types of cancer.
Physical exercise, combined with nutrition, is an important tool in preventing and treating diabetes, which has an effect even greater than medical treatment. In this sense, the researchers assure that the results they are achieving with the first wave of participants in the project are spectacular, some of them even reversing their pathology. diabetes type 2 After only three months, he gave up the pills he had been taking for more than 15 years and which was increasing.
The project will continue with one last wave in 2023, so the University of Cádiz is looking for volunteers with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes to take part in a program without insulin Individual training why personalized diet Which lasts for about three months and is completely free.
The objective of the program is to improve the profile microbiota hey flora intestinesWith the development of diabetes, something that seems essential, according to the latest studies.