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15 October 2010

Mediterranean diet may cut diabetes

Older adults who stick with a traditional Mediterranean diet, may help lower their risk of type 2 diabetes, even without counting calories or shedding weight.

Older adults who stick with a traditional Mediterranean diet rich in plant-based fats may help lower their risk of type 2 diabetes, even without counting calories or shedding weight, new research hints.

The findings, reported in the journal Diabetes Care, may sound too good to be true.

 
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