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The increase in the number people suffering from diabetes has long been associated with an affluent and an increasingly industrialized society. Studies have shown that when a country or a particular culture changes due to either affluence, prosperity, a rise in the standard of living or the effects of industrialization, the general population’s diet changes as well. This further leads to an increase in diseases which were not very common before when the economy was mostly agricultural. The increase in incidences of cancer, hypertension, heart disease and diabetes has been directly attributed to this cultural change.
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