Study: Diet rich in iron increases diabetics' heart disease risk

01/10/2007 | Reuters

Food rich in heme iron, such as red meat, chicken liver, clams and oysters could increase the risk of heart disease in diabetics, according to a new study. Researchers following 6,161 women with Type 2 diabetes found that a high intake of heme iron appeared to increase the risk of heart disease, and those who consumed the highest amount of heme iron had a 50% higher chance of developing heart disease than those with the lowest intake.

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