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Grain fiber/magnesium lowers diabetes risk: High fiber intake from grains and cereals and high intake of magnesium are associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a study report and meta-analysis published in the May 14 Archives of Internal Medicine. Matthias B. Schulze, Dr.P.H., et al., the German Institute of Human Nutrition, evaluated the diet of 9,702 men and 15,365 women ages 35 to 65 for approximately seven years. The 844 subjects in the study who developed type 2 diabetes were split into five groups according to fiber intake; those who consumed the most fiber had a 27% lower risk of developing diabetes than those who ate the least amount of fiber. A meta-analysis found subjects in the highest cereal fiber group had a 33% lower diabetes risk compared to the low fiber group, and the high magnesium group had a 23% lower diabetes risk than the low magnesium group...

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