People with higher magnesium intake show lower diabetes risk

10/14/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

Study participants who had the highest magnesium intake had 37% lower odds of incident metabolic impairment compared with those who had the lowest consumption, a study on the website of Diabetes Care indicated. Researchers also found that higher magnesium intake was associated with lower long-term fasting glucose changes and insulin resistance, but not with fasting insulin, post-load values or insulin sensitivity.

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