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could you tell me what are foods to try and avoid to prevent diabetes?

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Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
41 years experience Preventive Medicine
Sugars/Carbs GoHF/LC: Since DM=↑ed blood sugar, eating sugar &/or carbohydrates (absorbed as sugar) drives DM&obesity. Body fat cells bind insulin+amylin, thus ↑ed body fat greatly ↑es incidence & severity of DM. Alternatively, building muscle strength/mass&endurance tends to ↓DM. Study: http://goo.gl/DKvdSI http://goo.gl/mpd4Y6 http://goo.gl/cypKOp Taubes, Attia http://nusi.org DietDoctor.com, FatChance.html HbA1c
Answered on May 7, 2015
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