August 20th, 2010

Podcast 98: Leafy green vegetables apparently lower one’s risks for type 2 diabetes

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Our interview this week is with a research nutritionist whose BMJ meta-analysis found a 14% reduction in risk for type 2 diabetes among those with the highest intake (versus those with the lowest) of leafy green vegetables. It’s a meta-analysis, and not a randomized controlled trial, and it’s interesting. Listen in.

We’re off next week, so I’ll see you again in early September.

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