How becoming a vegetarian can cure diabetes.

Switching to a vegetarian diet could help reverse diabetes, a new study claims.
Millions of people battling the killer disease could improve their blood sugar levels by eradicating meat from their weekly shop.
Scientists believe removing animal fats could help cure the condition, leaving patients free from the disease. They said changes to diet could be used as an alternative treatment for type 2 diabetes.  An analysis of previous studies revealed removing animal fats from diet helps improve insulin sensitivity. 
Eating a vegetable-based diet reduced levels of a key blood-protein called glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c).
For people with diabetes, the higher the HbA1c in their blood, the greater the risk of developing diabetes-related complications such as nerve damage, eye problems, and heart disease.  The study found a vegan or vegetarian diet lowered HbA1c by an average of 0.4 percentage points, and up to 0.7 points.

Source  - Daily Mail