Diabetics Benefit from Eating Fish

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Eating more fish may lower diabetic patients' risk of macroalbuminuria, new study findings suggest. The findings, which appear in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases (2008; published online ahead of print), focused on 22,384 men and women in Norwich, U.K.

 

Among 517 subjects who reported having diabetes, those who ate more than two portions of fish a week had a 78% reduced risk of macroalbuminuria compared with those eating less than one portion a week.

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