December 08, 2017 By Elizabeth McCammon
The effect of fresh fruit on type 2 diabetes

When it comes to menu planning, fruits and vegetables are often lumped together. But no one knows for certain the long-term impact of eating fruit—which tends to contain more sugar than most vegetables—for people who have or are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. A new Chinese study offers some answers.

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