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Animal Protein Increase Diabetes Risk above 30%, Plant Protein Proves Effective According to a 22-year follow-up and subsequent study of nearly 7,000 adults in the Netherlands, animal proteins have been proven to increase the incidence of diabetes by over 30%. In contrast, plant proteins have been proven to lower the risk of developing diabetes and their effectiveness has been established. In recent years, as peoples awareness of health has gradually increased, they have begun to reduce their intake of animal protein foods and turn their attention to plant-based proteins. An innovative plant-based protein product based on mushrooms has timely emerged. As a manufacturer of 100% plant-based meat substitutes, the U.S. company Beyond Meat has successfully developed “vegetable meat” by extracting protein from beans and edible fungi. The company has also introduced “vegetable beef” which incorporates red and beets. Beyond Meat has gained positive reviews for its taste and quality.Following a taste test of Beyond Meats products, Mr. Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, expressed his opinion that they taste and feel almost indistinguishable from beef. This endorsement not only solidifies the quality and taste of the product, but also indicates a potential shift towards greater acceptance and consumption of plant-based protein alternatives.

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