Nutty Idea May Prevent T2 Diabetes

It sure sounds nutty. According to researchers in Spain and the United States, regularly chewing on a handful of pistachios or almonds (tree nuts, not peanuts) could help slow the development of type 2 diabetes in individuals who are already at risk. (Wait for the herd of people running to the bars for beer and nuts.)

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