Doing your nut helps diabetes

Eating nuts helps control diabetes and prevents some consequences of the condition, according to University of Toronto researchers.

Eating mixed, unsalted nuts benefits blood glucose control in people with Type 2 diabetes and can also be used as part of a diet to control the condition without weight gain.

Replacing carbohydrates with two ounces of nuts daily reduced the amount of bad cholesterol in the body, the research found.

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