Whole grains reduce mortality risk in diabetic women

07/26/2010 | NutraIngredients

A Harvard Medical School study found diabetic women who ate more whole-grain foods, especially bran, improved their survival and reduced their risk of death from heart disease. Researchers tracked 7,800 women for 26 years and found those with the highest bran intake were 28% less likely to die and 35% less likely to die of cardiovascular disease.

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