A study that followed 64,223 middle-age women for 15 years found those who consumed a diet with the most antioxidants had a 27% lower risk of type 2 diabetes, after adjusting for BMI, compared with those who ate the least, researchers wrote in Diabetologia. Coffee was excluded from the study, but fruits, vegetables, alcohol, tea and other hot beverages contributed most to high antioxidant scores.
Study: Diet high in antioxidants reduces diabetes risk
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