A study in the Journal of Women's Health showed that women with gestational diabetes who had higher dietary quality had higher odds of overall optimal glycemic control than those with the lowest dietary quality. Researchers analyzed 1,220 women, average age of 32, and found lower values of mean capillary glucose for one-hour post-dinner among those with higher dietary quality, compared with women with the lowest dietary quality.
Study links diet quality to glycemic control in gestational diabetes
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