Can Drinking Milk Lead To Type-1 Diabetes? Here's The Truth Revealed
Type-1 diabetes is also known as juvenile diabetes. It is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces very little or no insulin. Type-1 diabetes is not as common as type-2. It usually affects children and adolescence but in some cases, it can affect adults too. The most common cause of type-1 diabetes is genes. Other causes include some environmental factors. Many also believe that the consumption of a certain type of milk can lead to the onset of type-1 diabetes. But there is a lack of adequate evidence that can prove the link. Dr. V Mohan who is a diabetologist explains whether milk can lead to type-1 diabetes or not, in one of his recent social media posts. Keep reading to know all the details.
Dr. V Mohan tells in the IGTV, "There were a few reports which stated that some types of milk can lead to type-1 diabetes. Milk is usually classified into A1 and A2. Milk contains some protein which is called the casein protein which determines whether the milk is A1 or A2. The milk commonly derived from cows and cattle in Indian is A2 milk. This milk is healthier and safer."