Low GI breakfast may reduce risks of Type 2 diabetes: research

Low GI breakfast may reduce risks of Type 2 diabetes: research

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A low glycaemic index breakfast may help reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, local media reported on Monday, citing a local study by Singapore researchers. Researchers from the Clinical Nutrition Research Centre have proven the importance of breakfast, which has long been stressed by nutritionists and doctors, that is — what is eaten for breakfast sets the tone for the rest of the day in terms of sugar in the blood, the Strait Times reported.

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