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Vegetable Consumption will help lower Type 2 Diabetes risk

Updated: Jan 6

For centuries, wise people have been encouraging the intake of green leafy vegetables. Now we have data to prove how beneficial this is for our health!

A study that followed 54,793 adults over a median of 16.3 years found that those with the highest intake of vegetables had a 21% lower risk of Type 2 diabetes, compared with those who had the lowest consumption. Researchers reported in Diabetes Care that potato intake did not increase the risk after factoring in the total dietary pattern.


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Here are some recommended vegetables we recommend:


  • Asparagus

  • Broccoli

  • Collards

  • Green beans

  • Kale

  • Mushrooms

  • Spinach

  • Squash




Full Story: HealthDay News


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