Almonds may help reduce T2 diabetes risk

Almonds may help improve insulin sensitivity and decrease LDL-Cholesterol levels for people with prediabetes, a condition that often leads to Type 2 diabetes, according to an article from the Times of India.

Researchers looked at patients that consumed an almond-rich diet for 6 weeks. Their results were measured against a control group. The two groups were instructed to eat the same amount of calories, but the almond group reported taking in fewer carbohydrates.
(reported via Diabetes Newshound)

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