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Ancient Grains Linked to Improved Type 2 Diabetes Outcomes

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A new study suggests ancient grains like oats and buckwheat may help manage blood sugar and cholesterol in type 2 diabetes. Image for illustration purposes
A new study suggests ancient grains like oats and buckwheat may help manage blood sugar and cholesterol in type 2 diabetes. Image for illustration purposes
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  • A new study suggests ancient grain consumption is associated with improved health outcomes for people with type 2 diabetes. 
  • Ancient grains like oats are rich in dietary fiber and phytochemicals that may help manage blood sugar and cholesterol. 
  • Experts recommend incorporating minimally refined grains into a healthy, balanced diet to reap the most benefits.

A new study highlights the potential benefits of including ancient grains in dietary patterns for people with diabetes.

Follow the link below to Medical News Today to read the full story:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/ancient-grains-may-help-treat-type-2-diabetes?slot_pos=article_1&utm_source=Sailthru%20Email&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=MNT%20Daily%20News&utm_content=2024-05-06&apid=&rvid=4ba4ec80177cae00eabc43b8bc6648d598c4a356d104663735777e0a0f8b5c9f

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Information Source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com

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