it is my understanding that type IV hypersensitivities are characterized by a cell mediated inflammatory response involving T helper cells binding some antigen and releasing cytokines (for instance ...
my father has high blood pressure and is somewhat of a diabetic. im not sure what to do because his life is eating meat and we moved to chicken but hes tired of that now. no taste of fat from chicken ...
How does beet fiber benefit people suffered from
It has been observed that a diet high in fiber is useful in the
management of the plasma glucose concentration in individuals
with diabetes. While, national diabetes associations have
recommended that diabetic individuals ingest a diet high in fiber-
Studies have shown that addition of water-soluble, gel-forming
fiber such as guar gum to an ingested glucose solution or to a
mixed meal will reduce the expected rise in glucose
concentration. But, a few long-term, well-controlled trials
indicate guar gum, pectin, beet fiber, or cereal bran fiber
ingested with meals has been of little or no value in controlling
the plasma glucose concentration in individuals with diabetes.
The effect of reducing rise in glucose concentration is only
observed when large amounts of fiber are added. 
Cholesterol lowering effect is one of the common health benefits
of water-soluble fibers.
In a randomized cross-over study, researchers supplied 16 g of
beet fiber to diabetic patients in their diets. They found that
intake of the beet fiber could result in a 10% reduction of serum
cholesterol in sulphonylurea-treated patients. However, patients
experienced also mild gastrointestinal discomfort.  In another
study, researchers from Sweden found that intake of 27 g of
beet-fiber could decrease systolic blood pressure, triglyceride
and LDL/HDL ratio and increase the HDL cholesterol.