New research from the UK shows that, in patients with recently diagnosed type 2 diabetes, 6.5 hours of additional dietary advice sessions lead to improvement in blood sugar control compared with patients who receive usual care. However, increased activity conferred no additional benefit when combined with the diet intervention. The Article, published Online First by The Lancet, is by Dr Robert Andrews, University of Bristol, UK.
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