Healthy Plant-Based Diets Tied to Lower Diabetes Risk

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A systematic review and meta-analysis published recently in JAMA Internal Medicine found that diets rich in healthful plant-based foods may be beneficial for lowering the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The researchers defined a plant-based diet as one which emphasizes foods derived from plant sources with low or no intake of animal products.
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