If the trend continues, the number of children under the age of five with type 1 diabetes will double. Causes may be deficient in vitamin D and too many clean houses.
Diabetes type 1 is a diabetic variant that does not cause obesity. In Europe, the number of children under the age of 15 who develop autoimmune diseases annually increases by 3.9 percent. In particular, the increase in disease in very young children is remarkable. Between 2005 and 2020, the number of children under the age of five will double with this condition.
The cause is not entirely clear. There is a genetic component, but they also have the role of environmental factors. Because the disease is more common in northern Europe, it could be the cause of vitamin D deficiency. Ultimately, this vitamin forms the sun. Another explanation is that our houses are too clean. Because children do not have enough contact with calls, their immune system reacts differently so that the body can attack its own cells.