Acidic diet tied to diabetes risk for women
from MedPage Today
A diet high in acidic foods — meat, fish and sodas, for instance — may put some women at greater risk for developing Type 2 diabetes, researchers found. In an analysis of data from the E3N-EPIC cohort, French women with higher scores on a measure of dietary acidity had about a 70 percent greater risk of developing diabetes than those whose diets were more alkaline, Guy Fagherazzi, Ph.D., of Gustave Roussy Institute in Villejuif in France, and colleagues reported online in Diabetologia.
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