High vitamin C levels may ward off diabetes

08/8/2008 | Reuters

Middle-aged and older men and women with high levels of vitamin C intake are less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. Researchers say measuring vitamin C levels in the blood helps mark how many fruits and vegetables people consume and re-endorses "the public health message of the beneficial effect of increasing total fruit and vegetable intake."

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