Study: Whole grains lower diabetics' heart disease risk

02/12/2006 | Yahoo!

A diet high in whole grains and low-glycemic index foods can help reduce the risk of heart disease among women with Type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. Researchers say that in analyzing 902 women with diabetes, they found that those who ate more whole grains, cereal fiber and bran tended to have lower levels of two markers of blood vessel inflammation linked to heart disease.

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