Study: Fish may ward off kidney disease in people with diabetes

11/4/2008 | USA Today

People with diabetes can lower their risk of kidney disease by eating fish twice a week, a study suggests. An author of the study speculates that the nutrient content of fish may affect kidney function and improve blood glucose control, but the study did not examine which kinds of fish are best.

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