Vegan Diet for Diabetes

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NON-insulin-dependent diabetes -- Research
DIET therapy
VEGETARIANISM
NON-insulin-dependent diabetes -- Patients
LOW-fat foods
DIETETIC foods
DIET
DIABETICS

Abstract:The article highlights a study presented at the American Diabetes Association's (ADA) annual scientific conference. The study suggests that people with type 2 diabetes improve significantly with a low fat, plant-based diet. In a controlled trial, 99 participants were randomly assigned to follow either a low-fat, vegan diet or a more standard ADA diet. Among participants whose medications stayed constant, the vegan diet improved patients' hemoglobin A1c by an average reduction of 1.2 points.

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