Eating Purple Foods Could Help Prevent Diabetes, Study Suggests

Researchers at the University of Turku in Finland have discovered that eating red and purple fruits and vegetables rich in anthocyanins may help prevent diabetes by influencing inflammation, gut flora, and energy metabolism. The pigments, which are particularly beneficial in purplish tubers like potatoes, lower the chance of developing diabetes, according to the study published 

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