Medieval Times nutrition related diseases help??
In medieval times who are the people most likely to suffer from the following: Heart attacks, cancer, goiter. Men or Women, rich or poor.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
The poor ate almost only cereals and low quality bread. So their diet was extremely poor (no proteins at all).
- strauchLv 44 years ago
The Black dying did no longer strike till 1347, that's early Renaissance. It struck people of all social instructions. the wealthy have been additionally suseptible to truly some extreme ailments in the two medieval classes and the renaissance. Sanitation as we know it grew to become into particularly lots non-existent. Rats, fleas and different nuisances have been everywhere, inclusive of castles. At night they went to sleep. till now electrical energy, night is actual, truly darkish, so pastime in the main ended at dusk. The knighthood had generally grow to be out of date by applying the time of the witch-hunts. Witches weren't hunted lots in medieval situations. it is yet another Renaissance progression.
- cynthia hLv 41 decade ago
the rich got gout. they all got rickets and scurvy. the poor probably got more cancer (at least skin cancer from working outside all day) and women probably got more uterine cancers than men got prostate....back then everyone died so young that none of the old age things got them, disease got them first. poor women traditionally seem to suffer the worst now, in third world nations, so I would guess they did back then as well.
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- Anonymous6 years ago
Diabetes is usually treated through a combination of diet (low sugar), exercise and medications/insulin. Milder cases can be controlled with just diet an/or exercise while more severe cases require meds or insulin as well.
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