Intake of high-fiber cereals may lower diabetes, stroke risk

07/3/2013 | Reuters

People who followed a diet high in fiber-rich cereals and whole grains had an 18% to 40% lower risk of diabetes, a 22% to 43% lower risk of stroke and a 14% to 26% lower risk of death associated with cardiovascular disease, compared with people who ate less cereal fiber or whole grains and bran, an analysis revealed. The findings were published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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