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As reported in Preventive Medicine, "A healthy diet including fruits and vegetables could help prevent diabetes from ever occurring. The higher levels of fruit and vegetable consumption might decrease the risk of diabetes in adults, particularly women.” dlife states, "Prediabetics and diabetics would benefit from eating more fresh, raw fruits and vegetables and less refined carbohydrates, in any form." Start loving that brocolli, green beans, apples, etc. They are great snacks too!
Coffee, Magnesium, & Vitamin D For Overweight People
High coffee consumption could be associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, suggest Dutch researchers in a letter in the recent issue of British medical journal The Lancet. Reported in January's issue of Diabetes Care that the men and women whose diets included the largest amounts of magnesium were the least likely to develop type 2 diabetes. There is also new research revealing a positive association between vitamin D intake and reduced risk of diabetes
Canned tuna can improve conditions related to diabetes cancer & even depression. Studies have shown those who eat tuna 2X pr week are less prone to a heart attack & can lower triglycerides. Tuna is important for a person who diets because of the omega 3's B vitamins& healthy unsaturated fats. Pick tuna canned in water or a pouch. Too much tuna is not good for those who get gout as tuna has purines. Mercury too so dont eat it every day!
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