Moderate Alcohol Consumption Could Help Prevent Diabetes, Harvard School of Public Health Study

Drinking a moderate amount of alcohol could help keep some women from developing diabetes, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health claim in a new study. According to Reuters reports, the study, which has been published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, has discovered that middle-aged females who consume large amounts of refined carbohydrates and drink moderate amounts of alcohol have a 30% lower risk of being diagnosed with type-2 diabetes than non-drinkers with similar eating habits.

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