Flavonoids provide health benefits for Type 2 diabetics

A diet rich in foods containing powerful antioxidants called flavonoids may not only lower the risk of heart disease in women with Type 2 diabetes but also reduce their cholesterol and help manage diabetes, suggests a new study by the University of East Anglia.

Published today in the journal Diabetes Care, the Diabetes UK funded 12-month trial provides further evidence that diet offers extra protection in people at high risk of cardiovascular complications.

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