Impact of bran on CVD risk.

Bran, Brain and Diabetics

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Whole grains for the brain win again!

The online edition of the journal Circulation just published a study following 7822 women with type 2 diabetes for 26 years. The study gathered details on their diet every four years.

Impact of bran on CVD risk.

Bran intake was divided into five different levels, from low to high.  The higher the bran in the women’s diets, the fewer heart attacks and strokes they had. 

Eating bran can help to save the lives of diabetic women and can help provide better health and longer life to anyone.

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Dr. Adams is a graduate of Loma Linda University School of Medicine. His MPH is from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Adams is retired from the position of Medical Director of Tarrant County Public Health in Fort Worth, Texas. He is the developer of the Best Weigh nutrition and weight loss program. He is also the author of the Handbook of Health Evangelism and Jesus Was Thin: So You Can Be Thin Too.