Diabetes type 2: The 'smart' food shown to reduce high blood sugar levels

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Raj Bhandari, one of the study’s authors added: “Our diets play a critical role and if we could bring millets back as a major part of our diet, we would not only help in controlling diabetes, but we would also be adding important nutrients to our plate.”

Figures from the International Diabetes Association show that cases of diabetes are currently increasing worldwide.

India, China and the US currently have the highest numbers of people with diabetes.

Cases in Africa are projected to climb by 143 percent from 2019 to 2045, while cases in South East Asia are predicted to increase by 74 percent.

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