In a study of adults with type 2 diabetes, those who didn’t smoke, followed a healthy diet, consumed alcohol only in moderation, and got at least 150 minutes of weekly exercise were 68 percent less likely to die from a cardiovascular problem than those who didn’t adopt those healthy habits.
The risk of dying from cardiovascular disease was lower regardless of the participants blood sugar levels.
Source: Consumer Reports on Health September 2018 Journal of then American College of Cardiology June 26, 2018
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