The down-with-diabetes diet. (Quick Studies).Nothing can ward off diabetes like exercise and losing excess weight (see "Ducking Diabetes"). But the foods you choose can also affect your risk.
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What to do: Eating a "prudent" diet should also cut your risk of heart disease, stroke, and some cancers. How convenient!
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