Filling your plate with fruits and vegetables, and sipping tea and a little wine, which are all rich in antioxidants, could reduce type 2 diabetes risk by up to 27 percent.
That’s according to a French study that tracked 64,223 women for 15 years. Those who ate the most antioxidant-rich food, especially fruit, were the least likely to have blood sugar problems.
Antioxidants may help by protecting cells from damage.
Source: Consumer Reports on Health March 2018
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