Dietary flavonols and flavanols, but not lignans, were associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, British researchers found. "These results highlight the potential protective effect of eating a diet rich in flavonoids (a dietary pattern based on plant-based foods) on type 2 diabetes risk," study authors wrote in Diabetes Care.
Lower diabetes risk seen with flavonoid intake
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