Wine, Women and Diabetes

by Savitha C Muppala on  November 30, 2011 at 11:13 AM Diabetes News
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Researchers found that moderate drinking, which could be a glass of wine or any other alcoholic drink, in combination with a diet of refined carbohydrates is beneficial in reducing the risk of diabetes in women.
 Wine, Women and Diabetes
Wine, Women and Diabetes

Moderate amounts of alcohol and large amounts of refined carbohydrates resulted in a 30% reduction in the risk of developing Type-2 diabetes in women, the study found.

A similar effect was not found in women who consumed a similar diet but didn't drink. Such women were found to carry a higher risk for diabetes. Of course, this does not mean that women should begin drinking, especially if they are not accustomed to it.




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