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Can a vegan diet help me prevent diabetes?

Vandana  R. Sheth
Nutrition & Dietetics
Yes, you might be able to prevent/reverse diabetes on a vegan diet. There are many resources available through the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine on this topic. Also, a registered dietitian specializing in diabetes and vegetarian diets would be a valuable resource in guiding you through this process.

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