Study: Carrots may help type-two diabetes patients
FRESNO, Calif. -- Researchers say a pigment found in the vegetables could reduce symptoms in people who suffer from the disease.
Scientists say people who have a genetic marker now, or a predisposition for type-two diabetes, should increase the number of carrots they eat.
Researchers say their work is preliminary but add that their results are promising.
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