You may have diabetes with partner's obesity!
Your partner's Body Mass Index (BMI) can predict the risk of diabetes in you. According to a study, such men are more prone to diabetes, whose wives are obese. Researchers from the University of Copenhagen and Aarhus University of Denmark examined the data of 3,649 men and 3,478 women to reach these results.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are 42 million biological adult people suffering from diabetes and 1.5 million deaths due to this disease. Researcher Jenny Nielsen said that we found that the risk of developing type-to-diabetes in one person can be estimated based on the BMI of its partner. This means that you can tell someone about an increased risk based on the BMI of their partner.
Researchers from other studies have discovered that the couple is unchanged at weight and in other cases because they often marry someone like themselves and when they live together, their eating habits and exercise habits become almost the same. . Men are more at risk because the researchers say that women play a more active role in domestic work and what will become food in the house depends largely on them. This study has been published in the journal Diabetes Logia.