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How Diet Quality Impacts Type 2 Diabetes Risk

A new study suggests that the quality of your diet may lower or raise your type 2 diabetes risk. Researchers wanted to find out if incremental diet quality changes would have any long-term diabetes prevention impact. So they analyzed diet quality changes in participants during a 4 year period and a following 4 year type […]
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