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Why South Asians Are More Likely To Get Diabetes Than Europeans

Khan_patriot

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Because we are lazy fucks who eat absolute garbage in our 20s/ early 30s because "yahi omar ha..." also no exercise/ workout culture
 

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This video highlights the problem of classifying a quarter of the world's population under one category: "South Asian".

The famines of the British Raj had little impact on modern-day Pakistan, the only region of modern-day Pakistan that was vulnerable to famine was Kashmir.
well doctor was Pakistani, so is somewhat the channel
so that's our own f-up of falling into this - although our diabetes rates are off the charts
diabetes is definitely a big health issue in Pakistan along with heart attacks
 
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I love Mishti Doi ( sweet curds ).

Bangladeshi style Mitha Dahi.
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is the yogurt salty? cause i can't take that.

No it's sweet but a different kind of sweetness through some special preparation, something not just where curds have been mixed in with sugar. It's quite delicious, you will like it because it's a decent sweetness, not something that would make your head spin. :lol:
 

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Kashmir definitely did which caused a lot of Kashmiris to migrate to Punjab
yeah, I forgot about Kashmir, my bad, I think more Kashmiris live in Punjab than they do in Kashmir proper because of famine, similar to Balochs
they have been through a lot in these last 200 years - famine, dogras, Indians, massacres
 

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No it's sweet but a different kind of sweetness through some special preparation, something not just where curds have been mixed in with sugar. It's quite delicious, you will like it because it's a decent sweetness, not something that would make your head spin.

Mishti doi uses the same sugar, except in caramalised form and the milk is thickened before curdling it. It is not healthier than normal sweet yogurt, though it tastes better because of the caramel flavour and creamier texture.
 

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