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Western diet increases diabetes risk

US research has highlighted the effect of a “western diet” on health and is encouraging people to reduce consumption of sweets, chips, white bread, red meat and processed meat. A “western diet” can increase the risk of diabetes by 50% claim researchers.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Scotsman

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About: Western diet increases diabetes risk

Source: Scotsman

Author: Alison Hardie

URL: http://news.scotsman.com/health.cfm?id=1296762004

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