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Diabetes risk cut by eating THIS popular cinema snack that's rich in omega-6

Popcorn, sunflower oil, poppyseed oil and peanuts are rich in omega-6 fats.

Research has claimed eating more of these foods could help to prevent type 2 diabetes.

Simply changing everyday diets might help to bring diabetes numbers down, said the researchers from George Institute for Global Health.

Other foods rich in omega-6 include salad dressings and mayonnaise, walnuts, almonds, pecan nuts, and ham.

“Our findings suggest that a simple change in diet might protect people…
Daily Express :: Health Feed

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