New analysis finds no correlation between intake of refined grains and type 2 diabetes

A commentary just published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings presents data showing no evidence linking refined grain consumption with risk of developing type 2 diabetes (T2D). Written by Glenn Gaesser, Ph.D., professor in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University, the commentary includes data from all published observational cohort studies that looked at the associations between refined grain intake and risk of T2D. Based on findings from 11 different populations of adults, totaling nearly 400,000 men and women, results revealed no relation between consumption of refined grains and risk of T2D.

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