How much meat should I eat to help prevent diabetes?

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If you're like most people, a meat-based main course takes up half of your dinner plate. To side-step diabetes, adjust that approach. At least half your plate should be produce. The other half can be divided between protein, such as lean chicken, and high-fiber starches, such as whole-wheat pasta or potatoes with the skin.

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